Bloggers around our RevGalBlogPals webring are sharing truths from their lives, wisdom from both pleasant and hard-earned memories, wondering questions that might be your questions too, kernels of meaning that offer the reminder that you are not alone in this journey. Find a tidbit here that you can hold onto and consider dropping by these Gals’ & Pals’ blogs to let them know that you’re on the journey too.

“Some days just are … hard.”
(The Edge)

“It helps, every once in awhile, to remember what church really is.”
(Talk with the Preacher)

“Where do I focus my attention?
Does the way I spend my time define who I am?”
(Life, Gratitude, Faith, & Passion)

“It’s tough to get traction for forward movement
when there’s no trust in people or process,”
and additional notes on rebuilding trust.
(Laura Stephens-Reed)

“Loving is always risky, because we cannot
enter into it without being changed.”
(The Painted Prayerbook)

“How are you doing?” and “I’m here” —
simple things to say to those who are grieving.
(Stacy N. Sergent)

“Every day, I begin again.”
(Quantum Theology)

Friends, what bits of wisdom and truth are sustaining your journey these days? Share in the comments!

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