Likewise on Boehme

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3 Responses to “Likewise on Boehme”

  1. 1 Chris July 2, 2008 at 2:16 am

    Great quote. Fits with slow food, slow living, contemplative outreach, hearing from heaven, receiving both the direction and the resources needed to make changes in the hyper-mixed up world. Consistent too with the quiet voices of the ages who offer the unheralded, grass-roots, real answers to war and poverty and suffering. When we quietly hear the voice of heaven, we do NOT become passive and just let suffering continue! No, we look for the strangers and the homeless and hungry, the guy lying on the side of the road, the one who is our neighbor; and the fruit of our silence is the love of God, “seeing and being Jesus in a broken world” in the words of Greg Paul.


  2. 2 Peter July 2, 2008 at 2:17 am

    Sorry that address isn’t right. This isn’t Chris but it’s Peter. Not that Chris wouldn’t agree…


  3. 3 Michael July 2, 2008 at 3:36 pm

    Love it. Thanks for the sharing.

    It has been said that two-thirds of God’s name is “Go”.
    Here’s to the Journey . . .

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