Tomorrow is not guaranteed

March 19, 2009 | Life Lines

My latest Life Lines column:

I was sitting at the kitchen table this morning, when my 3-year-old decided to strike up a conversation about God and death. It’s not the first time she’s delved into the philosophical realm, so it didn’t come as a complete surprise. But even with the previous warning and the experience of writing a book about helping children deal with grief, I still consider it a challenge to talk to my son and daughters about dying.

After a series of classic preschool questions tinged with a touch of mysticism…Continue reading.



Related Posts

Welcoming the Wild Goose

Welcoming the Wild Goose

When I first saw the wild geese standing outside the window of the conference room where I was leading a retreat at beautiful Bon Secours Retreat Center in ...
God’s path of totality

God’s path of totality

Think about the lead-up to the recent solar eclipse. For months there was non-stop coverage as scientists tracked the path of totality, giving us the ...

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This