Tag Archives: St. Theresa of Avila

weaving the tapestry – reweaving threads unweaving

the incense of suffering (to the Muses of muses and her shadows)   “There is nothing in my self that can be relied on.”  -St. Teresa of Avila     my hart said to my harts there is nothing at … Continue reading

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weaving the tapestry – duet v with himani

  (note: we have been a Benedictine Oblate (OSB) – that is to say, a secular contemplative – for about twenty years now.  at the hart of Benedictine Spiritual Practice is Lectio Divina, deep insight contemplation of sacred psalms.  to … Continue reading

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new threads in the tapestry – the Muses of muses and her shadows vii (wings of fire)

wings of fire Let nothing disturb you. Let nothing dismay you. All things pass. Love never changes. Patience attains all it strives for. She who has love finds she lacks nothing. Love alone suffices. –St. Teresa of Avila my hart is … Continue reading

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new threads in the tapestry – each fugitive moment

each fugitive moment « N’es-tu pas l’oasis où je rêve, et la gourde Où je hume à long traits le vin du souvenir ? « -Apollinaire in that precious moment that fugitive glancing   snowy rivers flood  sapphire tears shimmering your roguish eyes  … Continue reading

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