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Listen to a Christian podcast. I recommend Unbelievable? Paying Attention. Be astonished. Tell about it. They will certainly require you to slow down, to add a little margin to your life, to not hurry from one thing to the next: 5 minutes of undistracted silence and solitude every day possibly first thing in the morning.
Step outside and take a deep breath, look around you, listen maybe go for a walk : what do you see? What do you notice? Pay attention to the world around you as you drive to town or to work or school, as you shop, as you wait in line. What do you notice—about the landscape, the people you encounter, the world around you.
Pay attention to the life of Jesus by reading a Gospel. And then turn the things you notice into prayer. Palms up, palms down prayer. Place your hands palms down on your legs. Imagine letting whatever is distracting worrying, frustrating, angering, etc.
You could even give whatever it is to Jesus. Watch them drop out of your hands. When you have let go of as much as you can, turn your palms up in a posture of receiving. A new book, the first in over a decade, from acclaimed poet Jay Parini This volume revolves around his deep connection to nature and underlines his concerns about the impacts of pollution and climate change. In these beautiful, haunting poems, Parini writes about the landscapes of mining country, of the railroads of Pennsylvania, of farm country, of worlds lost and families dispersed.
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He explores faith and how it is tested. He limns the deepest crevices of the human heart and soul. He surprises and moves us. He never fails to astonish with his grace and wisdom. His impeccable poems burn with the tension between clearheaded intelligence and basic empathy with the human condition. Rockefeller scattered dimes. In his poetry, we get the full strength of all we admire in this writer: the springs of his lyricism, his keen eye for detail, his absorbing and compassionate curiosity about people and places, an ability to listen and capture the tone of our times, and moral imagination and spiritual yearning that delivers us into a larger way of seeing and being.
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