Spiritual Sustainability and the Net (part two)

A couple weeks ago, I wrote about an experiment I was undertaking to free up time and mind share in order to have a clearer view of what’s important. Embedded into that experiment is the belief that our brains have limited bandwidth, and needless clutter reduces the capacity for intimacy and joy. So I cut Google . . . → Read More: Spiritual Sustainability and the Net (part two)

Sustainable Spirituality and the Net

I renamed this blog over the summer to “The Ancient Art of Shalom: Thots on Sustainable Spirituality is San Francisco” to more accurately reflect the journey that God has brought me on the last couple years. I’ll flesh that our a little more in upcoming posts, but I thought I’d start today on one aspect . . . → Read More: Sustainable Spirituality and the Net