Christmas Soul Seeing: Instead of baking Christmas cookies and running last-minute errands, I had been thrust into an incarnate experience of powerless nativity that transcended a calendar date.
Soul Seeing: The last thing on earth I anticipated as a vocation was writing with addicted, mentally ill inmates inside a prison facility.
Soul Seeing: Come Thanksgiving, I will mark 10 years of learning, over and over again, that my heart has more room for gratitude than I ever knew.
Soul Seeing: Two years ago, Soul Seeing first appeared in NCR. The column isn't about changing the world, but changing the way we see the world.
Soul Seeing: We placed a Buddha outside our kitchen window so we can look out and focus on peace.
Soul Seeing: Henry David Thoreau asked, "Could a greater miracle take place than for us to look through each other's eyes for an instant?"
Soul Seeing: Listening from brokenness becomes its own strength because although we come to it on different paths, our shared humanity guarantees the experience of painful limits.
Soul Seeing: Bishop Morrie and Mike Leach were driving through the old homestead of Bishop Ray Lucker and paused to remember their friend.
Soul Seeing: Why do we call people freaks? What is normal? How do we know what God wants us to be?
"You can't get better. There's no better. But fortunately there's no worse either." -- Steven Harrison