I hope that you have been following the blog posts in my blog series What is a Spiritual Practice. There are a number of excellent articles that have been posted in the last couple of weeks and the submissions keep coming in. We still have the promise of topics as varied as parenting, yoga, civil protest and even love making as spiritual practice. If there are other topics that you would be interested in hearing reflections on let me know and I will see if I can recruit someone to write on them. Or if you would like to contribute please send your post. The comments on twitter, facebook and here on the blog make me realize how important reflections like these on the everyday spirituality are.
My apologies for being a little slow in posting over the last few days. It has not been because of lack of submissions. We have been in Portland for the last few days and writing posts on the blog has taken a back seat.
So in case you missed some of the articles here is the complete list of postings so far.
The articles that have been posted in the last couple of weeks are : –
In case you missed some of the previous posts here is the list from previous weeks
Bethany Stedman – crying as a spiritual practice
Christopher Heuertz – Feeling close to God in the graveyard
Gerard Kelly – twittering as a spiritual practice –
Tim Mathis – blogging as as a spiritual practice
Mary Naegeli – Writing a sermon as spiritual practice
Matt Stone – Listening to Enemies as Spiritual Practice
Dan Cooper – Washing Dishes as Spiritual Discipline
Maryellen Young – The spiritual practice of taking a shower
As you can imagine I cannot resist making my own contributions. So far I have contributed 2 posts myself and am thinking about another on raspberry picking as spiritual practice.