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Doing and Being Course

  • Day 18 - Presence

    Peace, joy—and likewise, God—can only be found in the present moment, which is why mastering the art of being present isn’t just a tip to become b...
  • Day 17 - Reflection

    Yet our future largely hinges on whether or not we realize what history is trying to teach us. To hear its message, we can start by developing a t...
  • Day 16 - Relationships

    As infants, we’re born into this world entirely dependent on the them. Throughout childhood and adolescence we turn to relationships to sort out w...
  • Day 15 - Generosity

    It’s a humble, quiet spirit that perseveres patiently. As a 20th century monk, Thomas Merton explains: “...it bears with everything gladly without...
  • Day 14 - Order

    In a distracted culture, the word “routine” can show up to the party with a black eye. It’s easily mistaken as with a life of mundane repetition: ...
  • Day 13 - Intentionality

    All too often, the way we spend our time is disconnected from the vision we have for our life. In any given moment, we can feel overwhelmed by it ...
  • Day 12 - Simplicity

    When we live a life of simplicity, we strip away the barriers inhibiting us from living out of our true self. We’re freed from the complex web of ...
  • Day 11 - Gratitude

    Gratitude requires a certain type of endurance. It takes patience—especially with ourselves. It’s an intentional habit, crafted over time, that ena...
  • Day 10 - Doing from Home

    Today we live in an era of rampant distraction. It seems like everyday that passes we are surrounded by more and more noise.
  • Day 9 - Redefining Success

    What is your definition for success? Each of us has a definition for success for every area of our life. We have a physical vision for success, an ...
  • Day 8 - Embracing Honesty

    Honesty, the ability to see and accept yourself and reality as you/it is, requires a tremendous amount of courage. For all of us there is a certain...
  • Day 7 - The Path to Simplicity

    It's much easier to want to live intentionally than it is to actually live intentionally. It sounds so nice, but in practice it's very difficult t...