Grateful awareness, I like that phrase and stole it from Richard Rohr’s book “Divine Dance”. That to me describes our perfect state of mind as we walk our trail, our Camino.
I worked on my unity speech yesterday while I was in the comfy chair at the Cancer Treatment Center. I had scissors, tape and a stapler. If I was on a United flight I would have gotten drug off. Too many weapons on that cowboy.
Then last evening I was at St. John Vianney’s for a showing of Phil’s Camino. They had a nice big screen TV and the picture was nice and bright and the sound was good and loud, I was happy. And we had a long QandA afterward with My Rebecca helping me out. It was a long day but that’s what happens these daze. Thanks to them for having us.
Have a walk in a few minutes with two new guests coming. I can feel that it is the start of the season here at the trail. Last summer was certainly busy for us. But that is what we do with our radical hospitality, right?
This Sunday after Mass I am headed to a showing and QandA for the Vashon Zen Center. This will be at Havurate Ee Shalom, 15401 Westside Hwy SW, Vashon, WA 98070 from 1000-1145.
Yea, there it is for a Thursday morn here at Raven Ranch. Thinking of Pilgrim Farmer John in Iowa planting his corn. Thinking of Sister Joyce recovering from her surgery here in Seattle. Thinking of two nurses from the hospital on their way to Spain and the Camino. It’s all happening. Love it, love you guys, Felipe.