Sunday Best – October 31, 2021


“There is something at work in my soul which I do not understand.”  

               – Walton, in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein


Between the jack o’lanterns and the peanut butter cups and the babies dressed as sharks and the puppies dressed as tacos, there might not be much time for soulful reflection today. But All Hallows’ Eve reminds us that there are many layers to life, some simple and some mysterious.

Dear ones, even if we do not understand it,

something is at work in our souls,

leading us to wonders big and small.





If you are planning ahead for holiday gifts (maybe a good idea, with global supply chains in disarray), we hope you might consider Month of Sundays, which can be found at all of your favorite booksellers. One friend recently mentioned that she’s bought a stack of books to gift as she begins to reconnect with loved ones who have been apart, as a way to say, “welcome back.”

Thank you to those who have supported this endeavor to date, where proceeds have allowed us to give more generously than usual to some of the most vital nonprofits around.  We designed the book to be evergreen, and hope it will bring comfort and connection through times of ease and times of challenge alike.

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