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An old ash-woven basket laundry basket sits by the end of our couch. It once held our newborn babes in sleep, slips of light filtering through the weave in the…
Wise thoughts from Ann C. at Mozart and Mudpies: “It is more enjoyable to do the laundry in my peaceful, orderly laundry room, and yet, it is the still the…
“I have come to believe that true mystics of the quotidian are not those who contemplate holiness in isolation, reaching godlike illumination in serene silence, but those who manage to…
Meditating of late on serving… “But, like liturgy, the work of cleaning draws much of the meaning and value from repetition, from the fact that it is never completed, but…
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