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Bishop Craig Bergland
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As we work for the change that will, hopefully, make things the way they should be we also live in the world of the way things are. The change we wait for may be a long time coming, and so we must ask ourselves how we are to live today in the world we…

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The truth is that healthy spirituality cannot exist outside psychological health. If our worldview is distorted and our coping mechanisms inadequate, our spirituality will become nothing more than another attempt to escape reality rather than a means to…

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The truth is that healthy spirituality cannot exist outside psychological health. If our worldview is distorted and our coping mechanisms inadequate, our spirituality will become nothing more than another attempt to escape reality rather than a means to…

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Nothing reminds us more of sins of holidays past than living through holidays present. Be good to yourselves, and be good to each other.

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It is, in fact, all fun and games until someone loses an eye. On the other hand, you don’t see a lot of one-eyed non-pirates running around, so you’re probably good. Moms can be such a buzz-kill. If we take a good look at ourselves and are honest about…

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I know I have written about this before, but since the whole world apparently doesn’t follow my blog so it needs to be covered again. Please share this freely, it is so very important… If you know someone who is suffering for any reason and they tell you…

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One of the biggest problems we in the west have is a profound lack of altruism, and our spiritual communities and traditions are no exception. I laughed a few weeks ago when I received an email from a nationally known group that holds initiation rituals…

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Some of us have been conditioned to believe that a relationship – of any kind – is a lot like a transaction. You agree to do something for me, I agree to reciprocate in some way, we sign an agreement either literally or metaphorically, and then we don’t…

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Sometimes, knowing right from wrong seems remarkably easy. At other times, it seems impossibly difficult. When it does seem difficult, how do we know what choice to make? Looking to the law is not the answer. Just because something is illegal doesn’t mean…

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Do you find that you never seem to have much, or any, down time? Are you involved in so many activities that it’s hard to keep track of them all? Do you sometimes double-book activities and discover you are supposed to be two places at once? More…
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