With temperatures in the upper 20’s this morning at Dowses Beach, here in Osterville, Massachusetts, with the wind whipping up the waves looking out to “Sunset Hill” in Hyannisport, I bid you and yours a fair adieu. I spend most of my mornings on the water, as that is where I find the clarity I’m searching for that sustains me for the day. I wish I could say the same for Washington D.C.. The lack of clarity on so many vital issues that are facing this country and indeed, the world, is so obvious that it defies reason. Clarity is something that you cannot buy, it is a gift that is given when one looks deep into one’s “self” and discovers the Joy and Love that we ALL are and more importantly share with all of our brothers and sisters. I want to send out a special hello to Father D’avignon, who was hit by a car on Thursday evening, and he is still in ICU at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. He is the priest at “Our Lady of Assumption”, my parish, here in Osterville. My best wishes go out to him on this Saturday morning, as well as all of the suffering people on the island nation of Haiti. With all that is happening on this little blue rock I call earth, the clarity of gratitude comes in loud and clear for me. I am grateful that there are still some good leaders in our nation’s Capitol and, moreover, I pray that the collective good can overcome the blindness that the highest court in the land presented to an already over extended public– who need leadership, devoid of special interest, NOW more than ever. Have a nice Saturday! Peace~ M
January 23, 2010
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