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abouquetHaving spent the past weekend in celebration of my fifty years in religious life with family and people with whom I have experienced the highs and lows and mundane “everyday-ness” of it all, I have nothing left but gratitude and new motivation to live consciously each day. The refrain running through my mind speaks better than I can myself of that determination. It may be a repetition as I use it often to begin workshops but no matter; it is appropriate, I think, for this Monday.

May all I do today be for the healing of the whole. May all I do today mend our broken world. May all I do today bring blessings on the earth. May all I do today be for the good of all. All I do today. (Jan Novotka (c) 2002)