Posts Tagged with ‘John O’Donohue’

Sunday Best – October 14, 2018

I have a big birthday coming up, which naturally leads to all kinds of reflection. It’s great to think of the long arc of endeavor in life, of all that’s been tried and some that’s been accomplished. But it’s even more wonderful to consider the long arc of luck. This passage by John O’Donohue steered […]

Sunday Best – March 18, 2018

Dear Honeybees, On this St. Patrick’s Day weekend, I share with you John O’Donohue’s blessed Blessing (Beannacht).   On the day when the weight deadens on your shoulders and you stumble, may the clay dance to balance you. And when your eyes freeze behind the grey window and the ghost of loss gets in to […]

Sunday Best – September 10, 2017

One of the huge confusions in our times is to mistake glamour for beauty. – John O’Donohue, in conversation with Krista Tippett   I was inspired (as is often the case) when listening to a recent OnBeing podcast that revisited an extended conversation between journalist Krista Tippett and poet John O’Donohue. This passage on beauty […]

Sunday Best – March 12, 2017

  To Come Home to Yourself      – John O’Donohue   May all that is unforgiven in you Be released. May your fears yield Their deepest tranquilities. May all that is unlived in you Blossom into a future Graced with love.   Dear Honeybees, on this edge of spring, we bring you this blessing […]

Sunday Best – March 20, 2016

No matter how mature and adult and sophisticated a person might seem, that person is still essentially an ex-baby.  … My suspicion is that the soul choreographs one’s biography and one’s destiny….you look at a beautiful interesting face telling a story that you know doesn’t hold a candle to the life that’s secretly in there. […]

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