Tag Archives: Henri Nouwen
Today’s musings are not quite so tangible as yesterday’s encouragement to hope in the face of suffering and evil. There is a thread running through Nouwen’s writing which exposes his vulnerability and tendency towards self analysis. He speaks often of … Continue reading
My favourite kind of bedtime reading is any journal or diary. They are usually easy to pick up and put down. The Road to Daybreak by Henri JM Nouwen is the exception. It was published in 1988 and is still … Continue reading
From Henri Nouwen Contemplative prayer can be described as an imagining of Christ, a letting him enter fully, into our consciousness so that he becomes the icon always present in the inner room.