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Dorothee Soelle

In orthodox Christianity there is a dangerous inclination to abandon the ecstatic dimension of our relatedness to God . . . By contrast, the great saints kept the fire of ecstasy alive and understood our capacity to praise God in creation as a form of participation in life’s ecstasy.”


The Lost Desire

Henry Ford Hospital (The Flying Bed), Frida Kahlo, 1932. It was Kahlo’s first painting on tin

On July 4th, 1932, Frida Kahlo suffered a miscarriage in the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. 214 more words


Monday's Good for the Soul - Thomas Merton

“And at this inexplicable moment the deepest night becomes day and faith turns into understanding.”

– Thomas Merton

Weekly Post

"Love, Cities and Memories"

“Love and cities are always inextricably entwined. There’s no restaurant or corner store or run-down dive in any city that doesn’t double as a monument for a lost love. 53 more words


Missionary Quotations: Peter Marshall

“It is better to fail in a cause that will ultimately succeed than to succeed in a cause that will ultimately fail.”

Peter Marshall


a practice of sensibilities and sensualities.

Declaration of an anarchist lover: Because I love you, you don’t need me. Because you love me, I don’t need you. In love we never let ourselves be completed by the other.

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Lang Leav Quote.

There is a particular kind of suffering to be experienced when you love something greater than yourself.
A tender sacrifice.
-Lang Leav

Leav, L. (2013). Love & misadventure. S.I: s.n..