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5 Big Life Lessons from My Tiny Newborn

As I write this, it is about three months since I gave birth to my first baby, Hudson. I feel that I am still emerging from what I like to call, “Babyland.” It’s a twilight zone where days and nights … Continue reading

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Experiencing God’s Presence When You’re All Alone

I first experienced an extended time of silence when I was entering college. It was during a pre-Orientation 10-day backpacking trip called, appropriately, Exodus. I had recently begun my own “exodus” from my bustling, suburban hometown of Montclair, New Jersey, … Continue reading

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On Silence

It’s been quite a while since I’ve posted. Here is the beginning of a recent post I wrote for Circles of Faith: In a culture that likes to fill silences with noise – meaningful or not – we don’t think … Continue reading

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Just Be

I went to a yoga class today, like a good social worker. Yoga is one of the ways that I practice “self care” in my life. I find that yoga is helpful for me physically, emotionally, and even spiritually. It … Continue reading

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