Archives for July 2013

Remembering our only function

I had been revisiting a section of Ken Wapnick’s CD set, On Death & Dying: Ending? Continuing? Awakening?, a recording of an academy class held at the Foundation for A Course in Miracles in Temecula, California, in March 2011, in which Ken addresses the question of “scripts.” A metaphor used to describe the way in […]

The way we weren’t

“So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.” F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby   I had spent the long Fourth of July weekend mostly solo, my husband away attending the wedding of a long-time colleague’s daughter, our daughter, now home working for the remainder of the summer after […]

Just a little willingness

This week I’m running an excerpt from my new book, Forgiveness Offers Everything I Want, now available at in both paperback and kindle versions:  Hope you enjoy! Through the mottled glass of the window on the office door I could see Jesus bent over his desk, grading papers, no doubt. You’d think he […]