Thank You for Your Kindness

Unassuming and not easy, simple and not sleazy, gratefulness preserves from sadness… “Thank you for your kindness” Struggling with his luggage forward, she helped without a word. He smiled, relieved by the fineness… “Thank you for your kindness” To feel good, I watch what I eat, it’s not an easy feat. She bends the menuContinue reading “Thank You for Your Kindness”

Other People’s Time

It seems few account for being late – they are unmoved by those who must wait. Arriving late and blaming the road paves way for lost moment, forcing their presence as what is owed leaves naught for enjoyment. Starting with making the appointment should not be done in haste, not to prepare in time employmentContinue reading “Other People’s Time”

Centennial Prayer*

O God, We uphold the legacy of Father Judge, Mother Boniface, and Doctor Healy, by fostering apostolic spirit and being a power for good. O God, Thank you, for the gift of charity and the courage to preserve the Faith for all Thank you, for the gift of zeal and the strength to serve especiallyContinue reading “Centennial Prayer*”

Waiting

Waiting is not for me, you, or another… Waiting is with me, you, and another. Waiting listens with patience – Aware of what is revealed. A part while being apart, hearing the sounds of silence, continue to continue. Waiting stands still with courage – Attentive to needs and wants. Abide despite abiding, cultivating is theContinue reading “Waiting”

Cancelling Cancel

Well-intentioned Zero Tolerance has created unintended consequences “Political correctness” is to be applauded and it is an acquired skill accompanied by shame and humility Misread context creates false positives Thoughtless comments make ill-fitting negatives Youth makes mistakes Anger violates civility Separateness teaches inequality Conceit blinds openness What is done speaks to what is said andContinue reading “Cancelling Cancel”