November 4, 2006

Fall

Last night the network went down in the friary where I live. So this morning I walked over to our other house to read my email and blog a bit.

On the way I was thinking about how this is really my favorite time of year. Perhaps it just suits my temperament. It's as if after the loud and manic mood of summer the earth cools off, takes a deep breath, lets go of some of her brightness and settles down for a quieter reflection.

It's just seems easier this time of year to relax the heart and think straight.

4 comments:

Michael Hallman said...

Hi there! I came across your blog from Cardinal Sean's blog, and I was wondering if you would mind if I link you to my own? I am very happy to see a strong Catholic presence emerging in various forms of media, and I would love to be able to connect more people with your insights. I will not link unless you say it's okay, and if not, I perfecly understand. Peace!

friar minor said...

Thanks for the interest, Michael, and peace and every good thing for your vocation.

I'm happy to trade links; I'm having some network troubles right now, so it might take me a few days.

Thanks!

Brother Lesser said...

Dear Friar-

You can have this weather, my dear friend.

As for me, I love seeing the leaves on the trees and green as far as the eyes can see...and not having my knobby kneecaps chattering together from the bitter cold...

But I will humbly pray for you and wish you peace and simplicity during this, my time of anguish...lol

Michael Hallman said...

Thanks! I saw that I had a ton of visits to my site today coming from your site, and I couldn't imagine why. Then I saw the plug, and it made me laugh. Thank for that. Through it all, let's hope that our Lord is glorified! Peace, friend.