FW'S STORIES

 "Youare old, Father William," the young man said...

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Theseare stories from Father William's life.  He tells them to better understandthe nature of his pilgrimage - how far he's come and how far he has to go. Others report reading the stories helps them start remembering their own stories- and seeing their own pilgrimage more clearly.  Theyare listed alphabetically by title.  Enjoy...

ANEXCESS OF PATRIARCHY

Thisis an introduction to a book about "Leadership & The Feminine" Imay get around to finishing some day.  On its own, it's a pretty goodintroduction to the psychological notions of Feminine and Masculine as opposedto the biological notions of male and female.  It includes aself-assessment that lets you look at your own balance of Feminine and Masculineas well as a good dose of Father William's life stories...

JUSTGO!

Sometimeswhen we’re confused about where to go, it’s best to wait for clarity. But waiting for our own clarity is very different from waiting forsomeone else to tell us what to do or who to be. When it’s that’s the case, it’s often better to “just go” andsee what we can discover about life for ourselves...

MAURICE& WIN-WIN

Eventhough I've been in the "teacher" role for the last forty-five years,most of the time I've been the biggest learner.  Usually the importantlearnings have been accompanied by some pain, Maurice certainly put me throughsome...

MOPS,MOMENTS & MIRRORS

Thisstory is about learning to become "A Giver of Moments."  It'salso sub-titled "We're Off to Be the Wizard."  It's about losingmy self-esteem, being helped to find it again and learning to offer that help toothers...

INTROTO A BOOK FW MIGHT FINISH SOMEDAY...

Part 1:  "Sixties Hippie Horseshit"

Part 2:  “Who’s Walling In & Out?”

Part 3:  “Direction Shift: Outer to Inner”

Part 4:  “The Discerning-Judging Paradox”

Part 5:  “Back to the Garden”

 

 

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