MEETING THE WOMAN AT THE WELL
by Maureen Bauer-McGahey
In spirituality, what is inward is to become outward, visible and audible. When we learn to share pain and joy with others everyday life is hallowed because our desires and fears begin to radiate in it. Our lives and experiences are not casual items to be discarded but treasures worthy of being remembered, reflected upon, lamented and named.
Dorothee Soelle in Against the Wind