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Chapman Health International
Nashville, Tennessee
Immediate past president of the Baptist Healing Trust, Nashville, TN.
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Note: Reflection offered by Liz Sorensen Wessel “This is the way of peace — overcome evil with good, and falsehood with truth, and hatred with love.” ~Peace Pilgrim Her quest began in 1953 when she set out on a personal... Continue reading
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Are we more loving than we were ten years ago? Can we sweep regrets & impatience from our hearts or are we hostages to the shifting sands of brain chemistry? Continue reading
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Note: shared by Liz Sorensen Wessel The Inner History of a Day No one knew the name of this day; Born quietly from deepest night, It hid its face in light, Demanded nothing for itself, Opened out to offer each... Continue reading
Sensitivity plants release leaves insulted by human touch. Then they grow new ones. Can we grow new strength by releasing the weight of old insults. Is it worth trying? Continue reading
"Both, and..." clearly such a big part of wisdom. Letting ourselves be forced into either/or choices is a great mistake. Things are rarely so simple. Yes. As Maureen said, "what a joy it would have been to be your grandchildren, Liz..." She is right. Because your love for them has no conditions! The best!
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Note: Reflection by Liz Sorensen Wessel A friend recently shared this wisdom, “It is so difficult to keep expectations at some kind of reasonable level (the lower the better?)” I find this sage advice so helpful. For I can easily... Continue reading
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To recover your forgotten wings (& become a better leader) tell someone else they have magic powers. When they cast a cynic's eye say: "You're magic to me. Every time I see you I feel better." Continue reading
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Reflection by Liz Sorensen Wessel. "Finding meaning in our work fuels passion regardless of the job. Passion electrifies Erie’s exceptional book, 'The Seven Powers of Radical Loving Leaders.'" Continue reading
Thank you, Todd. You are leaving some lovely footprints yourself.
Thank you, Lynn. Very grateful to you for taking a moment to post a comment and for your support of this work.
Thank you for your lovely comment, Terry. You are so thoughtful and I love your reflections.
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Have we left our spiritual footprints in every place we have ever been? If so, every moment increases rather than decreases our presence in this world. And the air of tomorrow will hold memories of your presence today. Continue reading
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No time, no time, White Rabbit exclaims Alone it is he who must pace and race To a very important kind of place It’s all up him, only he will do So shoo, shoo...he must get through Her worried thoughts... Continue reading
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Who are your middle-of-the-night friends - people you can count on no matter what? To whom are you such a friend? Continue reading
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When we pause to reflect and recollect we mine the luminous pearls of our lives, as well as some of the piercings. The more poignant moments fade in the distance, while a great love burns through the ether and all... Continue reading
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Can a union of love become so radical that it outlives earthly existence? One Episcopal priest says, Yes. Continue reading
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Note: Reflection shared by Liz Sorensen Wessel. A blank page, an empty space and then a burst of creativity as the Journal of Sacred Work exploded in a world of color. On June 7, 2006, Erie Chapman penned his first... Continue reading
Thank you, Paul. He is such a gift to us all.
Exactly, Todd. So difficult to break habits that come naturally to pick Love. It is so often a hard choice. Thanks for your comments.
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Love has the pitch and timbre of truth, faith and compassion. When we live this Love, we are always in tune. Search today for your most eloquent voice. Live this Love & the world will be glad for it. Continue reading
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A time to love and a time to forgive for there is no time to hate A time to love and the time is now. A time to end all war... and the warring within. A time for peace and... Continue reading
The phenomenon challenges countless relationships: We share an achievement with someone & before we finish we know right away: They either do not care or are envious. In fact, when we truly celebrate others we feel better ourselves. Continue reading
Thank you, Liz, for sharing your direct family memories and for honoring your father and eldest brother. To think that your father was actually a caregiver in the middle of the Battle of the Bulge! Cannot imagine how much "warmth" he brought to his fellow soldiers amid that freezing cold. Blessings to you and to them.
Thank you so much for sharing your remembrance, Tina. How fantastic that your 2nd Great Grandfather lives to 98. Since he was in east Tennessee maybe HE's the guy who shot my great grandpa:-):-) Yes, the passing along of stories and photographs is important on so many levels. Best to you.
Thank you, Janis!