Each Friday I share some of my favorite finds related to praying or writing. If I think it could help you pray or write better, or just “be” better, I’ll include it below.
Do you have someone else’s article or post to share? Join the Contemplative Writers Facebook group, comment on today’s post on my Facebook page, or follow me on Twitter (@LisaKDeam) to nominate your favorite articles, blog posts, and books by Thursday at noon each week.
Resting Takes a Lot of Work? via Ed Cyzewski (Why is rest so much work?? Read Ed’s take.)
The Spiritual Practice of Honoring Milestones via Jean Wise (honoring the stones along the path of life)
For the Well-Seekers via Caris Adel (“there is a place for you, where your words are wanted, where your feelings are not too much, where the loneliness can be abated.”)
The Belly of the Whale via Richard Rohr (the way of descent in the spiritual life)
Are You Real? via Seth Haines (in a digital world, what does it mean to be real?)
The Adventurous World of Medieval Maps via Lisa Deam (on the Spark My Muse podcast, I am interviewed about medieval maps as guides for our spiritual journey)
State of the Blog Union via Tsh Oxenreider (what does the changing world of blogging mean for you, your writing, and your voice?)
Tweet of the week:
Don’t ask God for a platform.
Ask him for something to say.
— Brant Hansen (@branthansen) August 2, 2017