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Falling Upward

Richard Rohr True Self Father Richard Rohr New Mexico Divine Providence John Wiley


Myers: There is a bit of a power shift going on in the NFC West. Seems like the Rams are moving upward, with Arizona falling back.
Pumpkin-themed sales across the U.S. FMCG landscape are still trending upward overall, but at a much slower pace.…
Upward falling. Spirit soaring. I will touch the sky
You two are just so cute. Im so happy for you.
Rose McGowan on the set of Jawbreaker (1999)
$BCH $BCC broke out falling wedge upward.
I think I just dyed half of my eyebrow red... e
*one snowflake hits the ground* . *EVERYBODY POST ON THEIR STORY ABOUT THE SNOW. *
Hey loved the shout out. Falling Upward is a great book. I read it or my Masters program.
Buying this falling wedge on $TRIG - looks like it's about to turn upward. 🚀🚀🚀
Give him a book called Falling Upward by Richard Rohr. Don't support the division and si…
Unlike planes and *** ravens which both use magic for thrust, normal birds fly simply by mastering the ability of falli…
You know it’s a good day when your pumpkin matches your shoes.
Everything Belongs & Falling Upward are both great books!
The amount of mugs falling for this parody account lol
Gold is making falling wedge. I am sure a pullback is very near. We can see upward move at 79% fib level with targe…
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Upward falling, spirit soaring. I touch the sky when my knees hit the ground 🎶🎶
$STRAT 3 months, falling wedge is about to break out upward.
Like she has ever done taxes and has any idea what it entails. Falling Upward. SAD
$QTUM getting ready to break out falling wedge upward.
$KNC bullish divergence took place and broke out falling wedge upward.
This child ended up with a nail lodged in his finger after falling off a swing into the nail that was stickin…
QUOTE:. “Before the truth sets you free, it tends to make you miserable.” . ― Richard Rohr, Falling Upward
"The most common one-liner in the Bible is, "Do not be afraid." Someone counted, and it occurs 365 times.". Richard Rohr, Falling Upward
"Sin happens whenever we refuse to keep growing.". Richard Rohr, Falling Upward
has been very helpful on my journey. I loved Immortal Diamond and Falling Upward.…
Love Wins-Bell, The Return of the Prodigal Son-Nouwen, & anything by Richard Rohr-especially Falling Upward
More suffering comes into the world by people taking offense than by people intending to give offense -Richard Rohr from "Falling Upward"
I sawd and and it made me so happy. They are both so wonderful. ☺☺
Guess who gets to go see RHCP in January?
Build upward,. head in the sky,. falling man,. failing to look down... .
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Jenna and I listened to david bowie today and almost cried.
Muslims cant be assimilated. Assimilation of a muslim is as impossible as a stone " falling " upward
Waiting for the day and I become best friends on snapchat because she's cool. Sometimes
Imagine if planets could be this close to us
For the Homecoming game Friday night, it will be a blackout. Dress in all black and be loud. Tailgating begins at 5:30…
US gasoline & distillates inventories. Distillates still on upward trend. Gasoline falling:
Happy birthday to one of my best friends!
Popularity does not give you the right to treat people like crap.
Was 1/2 through "Falling Upward" by Rohr but just lost it at a bachelor party. Guess I'll read this instead…
David was in some of my senior pics and now that means he's stuck with me. Sorry David!
Upward Falling: following God feels like falling or flying, but not dangerously falling towards the ground, but up towards Him.
When u get ur, ‘Who am I?' question right, all d 'What shud I do?' questions tend 2 take care of themselves. Richard Rohr-Falling Upward 2011
*glitches into endlessly falling upward into the sky whilst playing Inquisition* The dwarves where right all along
- upward, turning her so that she was beneath him, her name falling from his lips again. Her hands moved over his arms and down to the -
I hate going to work and not seeing
My temptation to buy a shark onesie is high
My heart beating, my soul breathing. I found my life when I laid it down. Upward falling, spirit soaring
Trying to attain righteousness by your works is falling from Grace.
Mankind has suffered a universal upward fall, faceplanting into God's righteousness.
“Life is all about practicing for heaven." p 101.” . Richard Rohr, Falling Upward: .
Dont pull away my niece when she wants to talk to me.
in case you were even having a MILDLY bad day here's a corgi-golden retriever mix
I completely understand, Haley. It's not ok
Roman is sleeping next to me. Has been for 3 nights. I dont want him to go
I tried and lipstick is called berry sorbet.
“Fish die belly upward, and rise to the surface. It's their way of falling.” André Gide
Upward falling, my spirits soaring... 😌✨
Apple's been heading upward so long, it's weird to see them falling like this. So strange.
I spent less than $100 at target yesterdat and im super proud. Let me tell you.
"Jesus is never upset at sinners, check it out. He's only upset with people who do not think they are sinners". -Richard…
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Cipher's lips curved upward as he kissed his forehead; eyes falling closed again for just a moment before --
he's what republicans thought Obama was. he keeps falling upward
.a few of my cousins have been praising Richard Rohr's book Falling Upward lately, do you know much about him?
Who's excited for colorful leaves, pumpkins, and candy corn.
Update: roman is sitting in my room and i have no idea what he is doing
Week Four: Second Half of Life Enlightenment Falling Upward challenges us to stop seeking enlightenment. The more...
I want Roman to be mine permanently.
i tried. I guess that's all that mattered
Update: roman has spread full length on my bed.
aye jk, just trying to slide into those dms. Aye 😏😏😏
Update: roman is sleeping in my lap
There is a cat in my room and decided to play right now. Dang it roman
That or a knack for falling upward.
Upward falling touch the When my knees hit the
We avoid the very things that Jesus praises: Falling Upward via
She should not be getting thanked and falling upward into a position, but Clintons
Rohr on the process of "falling upward" into 2nd half of life: "You will not know for sure that it is true until you are on the 'up' side."
Happy birthday have a wonderful day 🎈🎉😊
Rohr: Falling upward is a "secret" of the soul, known not by thinking about it or proving it but only by risking it.
The transition from the first half of life to the second half of life is itself a “falling upward.” .
"Those who have risked/allowed falling upward, know it is true, but only after the fact." Richard Rohr Meditation
Shes the kind of girl thatll everything for a midnight adventure. Aries, Aquarius, Cancer, Leo, Sagittarius, Gemini https…
Davids dad gave me a Fleetwood Mac vinyl today and it made me so happy. Shoutout to Earl.
NEW Falling Upward: A Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life by Richard Rohr MP
After "Falling Upward," I'm officially on on the Richard Rohr wagon.
Can't get up. Stuck in bed. Okay with that.
He learned to make my favourite food just so he could make it for me yesterday. 😌 that made me so happy.
“You will have many more Aarons building you golden calves than Moseses leading you on any exodus.” . ― Richard Rohr, Falling Upward
On page 101 of 199 of Falling Upward, by Richard Rohr
Upward falling. Spirit soaring. I'll touch the sky.
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Falling asleep sitting upward cause I ain't tryna mess my hair up
"Prayer is the burden of a sigh,The falling of a tear,The upward glancing of an eye When none but God is near."
Last weekend of Falling Upward. Next service starts in 15 minutes! Join us online at
"God creates the very dissatisfaction that only grace and finally divine Love can satisfy." - Rohr, Falling Upward
"There is a God-sized hole in all of us, waiting to be filled." -Rohr, Falling Upward
and the realization that I only work two days this coming week, makes me mad. I plan to work,as much as I can. Money,is needed.
consider me dead. . because I've barely slept. but can't sleep
Economic Upward Mobility doesn't mean you let go of your basic needs. Falling down is a scramble.: via
This falling upward in love is the attraction that you need now.
Last Halloween was my favourite. . Oh how much has changed.
REMINDER: do NOT wear a costume that makes fun of culture, race, or gender identity, AT ALL. it's not a joke, it's disgus…
It's three in the morning and I'm just sitting here. jamming.
Typical. . Another picture of my best friend and I. He got arrested.
Our life should be characterized by gratitude and joy rather than grumbling and complaining. | Falling Upward
I find many...people and institutions remain stymied in the preoccupations of the first half of life. Richard Rohr
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I told you she would be in this episode! Omggg
If overthinking was a drug, I'd be high af
UPWARD FALLING . Oh Holy Spirit. Burn like a fire. All consuming, consume me. Here in Your pre…
The wit and wisdom of Chuck "Villager" Todd, folks. Always falling upward with his awful punditry.
American Horror Story just gets me excited.
Oh well... Uhh happy really late birthday!
Slow replies make me think I really wasn't good enough for you...
"Upward falling. Spirit soaring" .life with Jesus beats them all...Feeling blessed today!
Upside momentum not great on the upside for $SPY $AAPL $FB but not falling apart either - stocks continue to edge upward and we stay long
Nate gets more hateable as the show goes on, if only because he keeps falling upward through no effort
you mean how Hollywood enables the process of falling upward?
“Falling upward - this is seriously messing with my brain Gah! 👀🙈🌀
meaning that folks seem to think recovery is a static upward trajectory and if I mention that I feel like I'm the verge of falling apart
Good morning! My thoughts keep falling upward into the sky.
what about mid-range?. Which is collapsing on Android (falling to low end or moving upward to Apple)
As Fr. Richard Rohr puts it in his book, Falling Upward, it is only those who have truly tasted failure & suffering know what grace is.
Review of Richard Rohr's "Falling Upward," referenced by this morning, in The Christian Century:
Curious if you've ever read "Falling Upward" by Richard Rohr. Hope your sequel is going well. Looking fwd to Saturday on FB.
Words of caution: "We all become a well-disguised mirror image of anything that we fight too long or too directly. That which we oppose determines the energy and frames the questions after a while. You lose all your inner freedom." — Richard Rohr, Falling Upward
4 of 5 stars to Falling Upward by Richard Rohr
Fish die with their belly upward and rise to the top; it is their way of falling
Economic analysis 'A lot of upward pressure on rail prices/house prices but apart from that it's good' er what about falling wages
"Upward bursting avenues are yellowed. in the afternoon. White-eyed mammals flee. . Today I am blood falling...
Upward arc would indicate rapid fire with little reaiming. In that time, body would likely be falling forward.
I'm in. [Maude's lips quirk upward as she knocks back a few pulls of the harsh liquor, eyes falling closed for a moment --
"If there is such a thing as human perfection, it seems to emerge precisely from how we handle the imperfection that is everywhere, especially our own. What a clever place for God to hide holiness, so that only the humble and earnest will find it!" — Richard Rohr, Falling Upward
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"I don't need to push the river as much now, or own the river, or get everybody in my precise river; nor do others have to name the river the same way I do in order for me to trust them or their goodwill. It takes a lot of drowning in your own too tiny river to get to this big and good place." --Richard Rohr, Falling Upward
Last night I finished reading Richard Rohr’s “Falling Upward.” Tonight I’m going to start reading it again.
Dissolve the distractions of ego to find our authentic selves in GodIn his bestselling book Falling Upward, Richard Rohr talked about ego (or the False Self) and how it gets in the way of spiritual maturity. But if there's a False Self, is there also a True Self? What is it? How is it found? Why ...…
Have you ever notticed how understanding and life circumstances all seem to come together at some point? It seems to me that the joy of Easter only comes in the morning after the women went in the dark to prepare the body of Christ and the angel told them "Do not be afraid!" Barbara Brown Taylor who is on the cover of this week's issue of Time magazine, a result of the publication of her new book "Learning to Walk in the Dark" reinforces that overcoming our fear of the dark is part of our journey. Richard Rohr in "Falling Upward" states that the deepening, the second half of our spiritual journey only begins to shape itself when we finally struggle in the crucible of failure, disappointment, pain and suffering. It is a tough part of our faith journey, filled with doubt, confusion and often chaos, but critical for us if we truly want to figure out where we truly place our trust in this lifetime!!
Finished my book on Lincoln. Being an insomniac I picked back my copy of "Falling Upward" by Richard Rohr,a gift...
Falling Upward by Richard Rohr is a great guide for anyone in an "in between" place. I continue to find truth and grace in it.
Father Richard Rohr - "Falling Upward": Father Richard Rohr is the author of Falling Upward: A Spirituality fo...
Also for a falling middle class with little hope for "upward" mobility. Group investments. You now all owe me drinks.
Then imagine moving reversing direction and batting the penny upward as it's falling. Same thing with the bed. Then repeat several times.
Fish die belly upward. To rise to the surface. That is their way of falling.
It has before! Also, income mobility is not falling;
the book on hot air ballooning? Or falling upward the book on spirituality?
. Rain's falling down upward from the ground ..
$EEM intraday: has to close below 39 to end possibility of a subordinated uptrend. Volume falling across last 4 days on this upward trend.
.I don't know you're this stupid 8"3 falling is downward, not upward baobei..
We:. Like the upward explosion. In di go night. Unaware. Gobsmacked,. Drowning . In showers of falling stars.
Helium hearts, we're falling upward 🎈
Where is the opportunity for upward mobility? Why are we losing the middle class?
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We really are travelling Frequencies. Waves.. Most are in a downward trek, occasionally tilting upward, but mostly falling.
Boom. Wow. When the threads all come together. Amazing book. Falling Upward by
From forty to fifty a man must move upward, or the natural falling off in the vigor of life will carry him rapidly downward…
“The “adepts” in all religions are always forgiving, compassionate, and radically inclusive.”. Rohr, Richard. “Falling Upward.”
Inspired afresh by to read Falling Upward by just read intro and am hooked and captivated
Coming Soon from Tate Publishing "Falling Upward" A True Story by Juliet Cameron. Check out the video trailer.
Taking a break picked up my book...found this tidbit to ponder.from Falling Upward by Richard Rohr. Simple meaning now suffices, and that becomes in itself a much deeper happiness. As the body cannot live without food, so the soul cannot live without meaning. Victor Frankl described this so well when he pointed out that some level of meaning, was the only thing that kept people from total despair and suicide during the Holocaust. Humans are creators of meaning, and finding deep meaning in our experiences is not just another name for spirituality but is also the very shape of human happiness. This new coherence, a unified field inclusive of the paradoxes, is precisely what gradually characterizes a second-half-of-life person. It feels like a return to simplicity after having learned from all the complexity. Finally, at last, one has lived long enough to see that "everything belongs," even the sad, absurd, and futile parts. In the second half of life, we can give our energy to making even the painful parts ...
Happy New Year! I have here a list of the ten best books I read in 2013: "Falling Upward" and "Simplicity" by Richard Rohr "New Seeds of Contemplation" by Thomas Merton "A Walk in the Woods" by Bill Bryson "What Good is God" by Philip Yancey "The Amateur" by Edward Klein "A New Kind of Christianity" by Brian McLaren "Shame and Grace" by Lewis Smedes "Staying Rational in an Irrational World" by Albert Ellis "Mere Christianity" and "The Problem of Pain" by C.S. Lewis Oops / that's eleven, isn't it? Well , okay then it's hard to remove any of these from my list. They are all good, I think.
"The end is already planted in us at the beginning, and it gnaws away at us until we get there freely and consciously." Richard Rohr, Falling Upward
“God seems to be about turning our loves around and using them toward the great love that is their true object.” ― Richard Rohr, Falling Upward
"All spiritual language is by necessity metaphor and symbol." - Richard Rohr, "Falling Upward"
"Perfection is a mathematical or divine concept, goodness is a beautiful human concept that includes us all." Richard Rohr, "Falling Upward"
"Any glass through which we see is always made of human hands." Richard Rohr on spiritual symbol and metaphor in Falling Upward.
Father Richard Rohr is a Franciscan priest in Albuquerque, New Mexico and the author of many wonderful books. Falling Upward is one of my favorites. He e
My favorite studying method is crying
Upward Bound program keeps many students from falling through the cracks
"You cannot walk the second journey with the first journey tools. You need a whole new tool kit." - Falling Upward, Richard Rohr
Love can be classified as a lethal weapon
“rates for have been trending sharply upward since 2006" - What r the causes?
No one wants to look upward for answers until they see everything around them falling apart.
If people were rain, i was drizzle and she was hurricane. -J.G
I'm exhausted from all of this studying I haven't done
No worse feeling than feeling like something that was once good is now falling apart
Eurozone inflation keeps falling: According to the press release by Eurostat, the largest upward impacts to th...
Richard Rohr calls this the work of the Second Half of life. book title something like Falling Upward
I bought a bday present the other day that I knew I needed: Falling Upward by Fr Richard Rohr...A Spirituality for...
Am so enjoying my holiday read "Falling Upward" by Richard Rohr - so very appropriate for me at this time.
Reading "Falling Upward" by Richard Rohr, & it is both kicking my butt and saving it at the same time.
Below is a list of recommended books, authors, bookstores and websites for WOO: (* denotes recently added books.) Recommended Books Authors Any Book in the Bible Arise My Love by William Johnston * 10 Prayers God Never Says No To by Anthony DeStefano Abandonment to Divine Providence transl by John Beevers Angels Among Us by Anthony DeStefano By What Authority by Mark Shea Christ In All His Fullness by Bruce Sullivan City of God by St. Augustine Confessions by St. Augustine Confessions of an ex-Feminist by Lorraine Murray Crossing the Threshold of Hope by Pope John Paul II Falling Upward by Richard Rohr Frequent Confession by Benedict Baur Hail Holy Queen by Scott Hahn How Big is Your God? by Paul Coutinho I'm Not Being Fed by Jeff Cavins Interior Castle by St. Theresa of Avila Jesus of Nazareth by Pope Benedict XVI Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis No Ordinary Time by Jan Phillips * On Christian Doctrine by St. Augustine Open Mind, Open Heart by Thomas Keating Orthodoxy by G.K.Chesterton Rediscovering Catho ...
"It's no surprise at all in English we speak of "falling" in love. I think it is the only way to get there. None would go freely, if we knew ahead of time what love is going to ask of us." Richard Rohr from "Falling Upward"
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"Many of us learn to do a 'survival' dance and never get to the 'sacred' dance." Bill Plotkin quoted in "Falling Upward" by Richard Rohr.
There occurs the rare mystical event when a story and writing captures simultaneously where you are and where you want to be. Reading "Falling Upward" by Richard Rohr was and is one of those events for me. His easy-to-engage writing style connecting with holy men and women throughout history poked through the veil of first half of life illusions and lighted the path for me to filling my soul with profound joy and serenity. Not a bad way to spend my first mornings of retirement!
Holier-than-thou people usually end up holier than nobody: Richard Rohr, Falling Upward
This is the 2nd Wednesday of Lent and we will honor it with a soup supper, Holy Eucharist, and meditations on the Richard Rohr book "Falling Upward." The children will be practicing for their performance on Sunday, we need all of them there, please call the Church office if anyone needs a ride. See you at 5:00pm+
Read a sample or download Falling Upward by Richard Rohr with iBooks.
"We are only light bulbs, and our job is just to remain screwed in!" Desmond Tutu, as quoted by Richard Rohr in Falling Upward.
Enjoying reading Richard Rohr's Falling Upward. It provides answers for the hurt people are experiencing. He's become my favorite writer.
To the bookworms out there, read Richard Rohr's "Falling Upward". It's about the two halves of our spiritual life. It's full of wisdom.
Falling Upward by Richard Rohr & re-reading Tribal Leadership. They are very different, but I admire how both articulate ideas.
Just read Falling Upward by Richard Rohr. Makes perfect sense. Death and rebirth are built in to creation and our own spiritual journey.
As one group of Lutherans works on the craft of composing liturgical texts, another group is meeting here with Richard Rohr to discuss his book "Falling Upward." A good time to be at the Calvin Center.
This bibliography of only 4 titles is not arranged alphabetically but in the order in which I think of their increasing usefulness in my opinion. I have not read Falling Upward, but I have it, and both it and Transitions are highly recommended by Gwen White. My comments are in this typeface to distinguish from quotes and commentaries. --Nancy   Transitions: Making Sense of Life's Changes, Revised 25th Anniversary Edition by William Bridges [Deluxe Edition]  [Paperback]        Bridges has written several books about various transitions. I have the 1980 version of this one. His books are not focused on aging but his explanation of the process of transition can be helpful to mid-lifers and seniors.     The Gift of Years:  Growing Older Gracefully by Joan Chittister     Joan Chittister is one of my very favorite speakers and authors – courageous, articulate, spiritual. It seems that a lot of books today are written by topic from which to pick and choose. This one and McLaren’s book are both som ...
" If we fully knew what was happening, and what Mystery/ transformation/ God/ grace will eventually ask of us, we would either try to take charge or stop the whole process." - Richard Rohr. " Falling Upward
I just finished"Falling Upward"by Richard Rohr.I'm now turning to page 1 and reading it again. This book has caused a profound disturbance.
“Sooner or later, if you are on any classic “spiritual schedule,” some event, person, death, idea, or relationship will enter your life that you simply cannot deal with, using your present skill set, your acquired knowledge, or your strong willpower. Spiritually speaking, you will be, you must be, led to the edge of your own private resources. At that point you will stumble over a necessary stumbling stone, as Isaiah calls it; or to state it in our language here, you will and you must “lose” at something. This is the only way that Life-Fate-God-Grace-Mystery can get you to change, let go of your egocentric preoccupations, and go on the further and larger journey.” Excerpt From: Rohr, Richard. “Falling Upward.” John Wiley & Sons, 2011-02-02. iBooks. This material may be protected by copyright. Check out this book on the iBookstore:
Previous quote was by Richard Rohr in "Falling Upward"
“Psychological wholeness and spiritual holiness never exclude the problem from the solution.” Richard Rohr, Falling Upward
"The human art form is in uniting fruitful activity with a contemplative stance." --Richard Rohr, Falling Upward
Richard Rohr in Falling Upward: "The hero's heroism lay in his hearing an inner voice and following its guidance."
At Olmsted Manor on Retreat with adults from MUM. Began our study of Richard Rohr's "Falling Upward" after a great time of singing and reflection on our spiritual journey!
I am reading a good book called, "Falling Upward," by Fr. Richard Rohr. There is a paragraph in his book that seems timely. "First of all, you can only see and understand the earlier stages (of life) from the wider perspective of the later stages (of life). This is why mature societies were meant to be led by elders, seniors, saints, and the initiated. They alone are in a position to be true leaders in a society, or certainly in any spiritual organization.Those who are not true leaders or elders will just affirm people at their immature level, and of course immature people will love them for being equally immature. You can fill in the names here with you own political disaster story. But just remember, there is a symbiosis between immature groups and immature leaders, I am affraid, which is why both Plato and Jefferson said democracy was not really the best form of government. It is just the safest. A truly wise monarch would probably be the most effective at getting things done." Food for thought
Reading "Falling Upward" by Richard Rohr. "The demand for perfection is the enemy of the good."
The book Falling Upward, Author Fr. Richard Rohr asks his readers whether they've laid a solid foundation for their lives in Christ?
just listening to podcast 13. Have you read "Falling Upward" by Richard Rohr? Very pertinent.
Just finished "Falling Upward" by Richard Rohr.I think I get it.but my head hurts.
rereading "Falling Upward" by Richard Rohr..."No wise person ever wanted to be younger." ~Native American Aphorism."There is much evidence on several levels that there are at least two major tasks to human life. The first task is to build a strong "container" or identity; the second is to find the contents that the container was meant to hold." ~Richard Rohr
I have hit an awesome chapter in Richard Rohr’s Falling Upward. So, I want to think through it with you.
You cannot do a nonstop flight into the second half of life by reading lots of books about it. Grace must and will edge you forward. - Richard Rohr, Falling Upward
Interview with best-selling author, Richard Rohr, talking about his newest book, Falling Upward.
"The message of Falling Upward is straightforward and bracing: the spiritual life is not static. You will come to a crisis in your life, and after the crisis, if you are open to it, you will enter a space of spiritual refreshment, peace and compassion that you could not have imagined before." A study of this book by Franciscan priest and noted author Richard Rohr begins Sunday at 10 am in our Chapel. It will be led by Becky Lancaster. Please join us!
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Blogging through Fr. Richard Rohr's "Falling Upward" - final post in the series:
Reading "Falling Upward" by Richard Rohr. Spirituality for the two halves of life...wonderful *gift* I was given.
"Learn and obey the rules very well, so you will know how to break them properly." --The Dalai Lama, qtd. in Richard Rohr, "Falling Upward: a Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life."
What are we all so afraid of? “If change and growth are not programmed into your spirituality, if there are not serious warnings about the blinding nature of fear and fanaticism, your religion will always end up worshiping the status quo and protecting your present ego position and personal advantage—as if it were God! Although Jesus’ first preached message is clearly “change!” (as in Mark 1:15 and Matthew 4:17), where he told his listeners to ‘repent,’ which literally means to ‘change your mind,’ it did not strongly influence Christian history. This resistance to change is so common, in fact, that it is almost what we expect from religious peope, who tend to love the past more than the future or the present.” --Richard Rohr, Falling Upward (thanks to Brian MacLaren)
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