In recent years several different denominations have embraced the term “radical hospitality.” The word “radical” comes from the term “root” and suggests change that goes to the core of who we are. Numerous writers affirm that both those who give and those who receive deeply generous welcome are profoundly altered by the practice. We will … Continued
Rev. Tina Squire
The novelist Barbara Kingsolver writes, ‘I have taught myself joy over and over again.’ If we pay attention to joy, and tend it, it’s presence can show where there is vitality in our inner life and health in our connections to each other.
Being embodied teaches balance; our bodies are our own and yet at the beginning and end of life we must rely on others. We get to decide who we are and what we want to do within our physical form, and yet others keep us alive in love long after that shape is gone. We … Continued