My spiritual practice has shifted over time. Morning walks have sharpened my senses to the sights and sounds of nature, the faces of neighbors (and their dogs), and the sacred beauty of creation. Meditation has served to quiet my mind, calm my spirit, and hear the still, small voice in my heart. A gratitude journal highlights the joy of each day and the blessings in my life. Simplicity and intention are key elements. My practice has to fit nicely into my life!
Since my ordination as a Unitarian Universalist pastor in 1993, I have served congregations in Texas, and consulted out of state. I have found that conversations with individuals and small groups about matters of the heart is the most deeply personal and fulfilling part of my vocation.