this weekend I realized that the tagline I had for my blog is misleading. Not intentionally, of course, but rather because I thought it was what I was about - or what I was supposed to be about. My tagline was "thoughtful explorations of spirituality, psychology, and their intersections," as you may recall. After all, I'm a counselor, and I feel myself to be spiritually inclined and want to write about it. So that's what I do, right? Actually, no.
I may already be back at home, but here are two last shorts about Gethsemani, my friends. I have noticed when I do the things I think I “should” do but do not really want to do, I feel stifled; I want to climb out of my skin. I sit, squirmy, through Christmas Eve mass, … Continue reading last of Gethsemani