Lent is generally a time of darkness. It corresponds with the darkness of winter. It aligns with the feeling of cold and with the seasonal affective disorder that many of us struggle through. It becomes a time to tackle some of the more difficult and dark parts of ourselves. This year for Lent we’re going to do just that. We’re going to pursue the question, "who are we and do we believe that our identity is rooted in the love of God?”
We're doing this by talking about the Enneagram and how it can help us to shape our spiritual inner life.
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“A Blessing of Solitude” by John O’Donohue
May you recognize in your life the presence,
power and light of your soul.
May you realize that you are never alone,
that your soul in its brightness and belonging connects you
intimately with the rhythm of the universe.
May you have respect for your own individuality and difference.
May you realize that the shape of your soul is unique,
that you have a special destiny here,
that behind the facade of your life there is something
beautiful, good, and eternal happening.
May you learn to see yourself with the same delight, pride,
and expectation with which God sees you in every moment.