Conversing With God


So this is take 2 of this post. Thank you to those who let me know that the link did not work, and to Victor for all his techie help. Since I did not want to go the e-book route right now, I have published the reflections as a stand alone page. Click the tab titled Seaside Reflections above and it will take you to the reflections.

Well, as promised, the reflections I wrote while on retreat are finally organized and as ready as they will ever be for publication.
I consider these reflections the visible fruit of my retreat; there is, I hope much that is not readily visible as well. I was greatly influenced by Thomas Merton's prayers and writings. If you have never read anything by him before, I highly recommend him as a spiritual author.
All I really want to say to my readers is in the Preface to the Reflections, so I won't repeat any of it here.
To those of you who will read the reflections contained in Conversing With God By the Sea, I thank you and I pray they edify your faith and love for God in some way. Above all, I pray they have glorified God in some small way.

Comments

Colleen said…
I just got home from my retreat. I am looking forward to reading your reflections. I LOVE Merton but I guess you probably know that. Go figure, right? God bless! And many hugs!
Karinann said…
Welcome back Colleen. I am looking forward to reading your thoughts and reflections from your retreat.
A little fun fact about Merton: I found out that he actually worked in a kitchen with one of the men who attends our daily Mass. Small world!
Colleen said…
Small world indeed! That is awesome!
I found your reflections ok. Cannot wait to read them.
God bless!
mary333 said…
Thank you, Karin! I just started reading them!
Karinann said…
You are welcome, Mary. Thank you for taking the time to read them.