Wednesday, September 8, 2010

When you don't have a year off to eat, pray and love...





Over at Patheos, they've asked a few folks to share, in 100 words or less, how they seek spiritual renewal in times of personal crisis.  
I was one of the responders, and I invite you to read the lovely and poignant responses they received here: 


Spirtual Renewal in times of crisis


From Patheos:
With the recent release of the movie Eat, Pray, Love, about one woman's spiritual quest after a bitter divorce, we've been thinking about the ways each of us seeks renewal, specifically in times of crisis. And while author Elizabeth Gilbert's journey led her on an extended pilgrimage far from her home in NYC, we couldn't help but wonder:  How do you seek spiritual renewal when you can't leave your family, your job, your mortgage payment?

We reached out to some of our favorite bloggers to share their thoughts on the question:  When you can't drop everything for a year-long spiritual pilgrimage, how/where do you seek spiritual renewal in times of personal crisis?  Their very personal responses follow. Join the conversation by posting a comment. 





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