How to Write in the Service of Our Lady

Write not for fame or personal recognition or for my "field" or to prove myself clever.

Write without concern of what others might think.

Write not what I think the world wants to hear, but what the Virgin guides me to say.

Write to show God's love for the world.

As Henry Adams put it in his autobiography, "All the steam in the world could not, like the Virgin, build Chartres."

I will be the Virgin's fool, clowning before her in devotion.


  1. Fence without concern what others may think
    Fence not like I think the world wants to see, but guided by my true center
    Fence to express my Buddha nature
    I will be the world's fool, capering in delight


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