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31 July 2001 @ 01:50 pm
Why Am I Here?  
Good question! Why am I here?

When I have an answer, I'll gladly share it with this journal (and all who may happen to read it).

"The idea occurred to me that, instead of excluding, I could include all my thoughts, ideas, plans, projects, worries, and concerns and make them into prayer." -Henri J.M. Nouwen

What a sentiment! Imagine it. Creating a prayer from all that is both good and bad in our lives. I'm going to comtemplate that one (while I go off and enjoy some fanfiction).
 
 
Mood: goodgood
 
 
 
Lana Beck, Photographer/Writermiraclelove on February 18th, 2003 04:59 pm (UTC)
Your user info is very good. I was going to add you to my friend list, but now I see you don't say much. ;) Welcome to Sacred_Opinion. God bless.
Michael Killanmichaelkillan on March 13th, 2003 04:13 pm (UTC)
Something...
...I hope to improve upon.

Do feel free to add me -- and I'll do the same for you.

In Christ,

Michael
Lana Beck, Photographer/Writermiraclelove on March 13th, 2003 04:21 pm (UTC)
Re: Something...
Thanks. You've been added. :)
+Seraphimseraphimsigrist on February 18th, 2003 06:17 pm (UTC)
adding you to friends list
Dear Michael,
using first name as I suppose a priest may to
a priest...adding you to my friends list... Jesuit friends
have included Peter Millward during Japan days and
Dave Toolan in New York... drop by my page if you
like and add as it seems or not contrariwise as
tweedledum would say, and in every case blessin's
lj=seraphimsigrist
+Seraphim Joseph Sigrist.
Michael Killanmichaelkillan on March 13th, 2003 04:12 pm (UTC)
Thanks!
I've been extremely remiss in using this journal.

I do have many good intentions (ah, the road to Hell!) -- but hopefully I'll improve in future days.

I was excited when I visited my user page and found you'd added me (which I did in return, you'll note). I didn't find your kind comment until I forced myself to go and face my email. (Sigh.)

I look forward to reading your journal and gaining a new friend.

In Christ,

Michael (I usually do simply use my first name online...)
robertstheology on April 30th, 2003 07:56 pm (UTC)
Welcome! - contemplative prayer
I am so happy to find you. Adding you to my
friends. I am presently reading Thomas Keating,
Basil Pennington, and William Menninger.