“I realize that by involving myself in community and forging new bonds with other like-minded individuals I will be better equipped to process and grow from this new life experience.” Continue reading Making Friends as a Foreigner in Spain
“While maybe not quite as refined as the Spanish interpretation, the tomato sandwich of the South hints at the same idea, namely, that some of the best things in life are also the least complicated. Sometimes, they are as simple as tomatoes and bread.” Continue reading Tomatoes and Bread
Fiesta de Nuestra Señora del Rosario – Valdemoro, Spain The feast day of Our Lady of the Rosary is officially … Continue reading Fiesta Time!
“… there is so much emotional baggage involved in uprooting your life and transplanting it in an entirely new environment.” Continue reading Hey y’all, I’m in Spain now!
If God controls *all* human action, even our worst, most destructive behaviors must be understood as expressions of God’s all-encompassing nature. Continue reading Puppets or Free Agents?
For many of us, we regard Lent as a glorified diet plan with a dash of God thrown in. (…) Friends, I want to tell you that it can be so much more than this. Continue reading Spring Cleaning: 5 Tips for a Meaningful Lent
The incense, the quiet, the focus on individual spiritual practice and choice sat well with my tormented mind. Continue reading Smog and Incense