Archived Audio Offerings - Hope

Offerings on the buoyancy of hope: when you think it has sunk to the bottom, up it pops in another location

Small Miracles
12/1/18

Encouragement to the communicative

Citizen of the World
11/1/18

Seeing a world without isolationism

Lifting the Veil
7/1/18

encouragement to share oneself

Advice for the Devastated
1/1/18

A look at the happenings of 2017

Pyramid Scheme
9/1/17

The World as it is now

Stinginess
2/1/17

In praise of generosity

Persistence of Light
2/1/16

Of light once released

From Here
11/1/15

The possibilities of the present

Our Cottages
1/1/15

How to get around the loud guys inside your head

Mood Birds
11/1/14

A warning against the seduction of dark moods

The Anonymous Ones
9/1/14

On kindred spirits

The Good Father
3/1/14

The story of a play

My Counselor
8/1/13

Homage to my brother, the pastoral counselor

Any Voice Will Do
6/1/12

An encounter in the woods

The Road to Long-Suffering
1/1/12

Hope for those who have lost patience

A Gentle Calling
11/3/11

A cure for self-criticism

My Dog Tater
9/1/11

A brief study of the human need for purpose

The Pattern of Rising Themes
3/4/11

Some thoughts on the practice of detachment

Margaret Dulaney

Margaret Dulaney, founder of Listen Well, has pursued a life-long interest in spiritual writing that attempts to break the barriers of strict religious thinking (Ralph Waldo Emerson, Hafiz, George MacDonald, Emanuel Swedenborg).
Her essays can be found in various journals, including Cezanne’s Carrot, Read the Spirit, Day 1 and Big Muddy. Margaret's essays are edited by Aina Barten, who worked for many years as an editor with Orion Magazine.

Margaret's writing can be further explored by visiting www.margaretdulaney.com

You can contact Margaret by writing margaretlisten@gmail.com

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Watch a video of Margaret's talk at the Center for Contemporary Mysticism

https://contemporarymysticism.org/video.asp