Sister Joan Chittister on the Light Found in Darkness
August 07, 2015
This week, Sister Joan Chittister invites us to embrace chaos, insecurity, and the great unknown. After a battle with polio when she entered the convent at sixteen years old, she learned that spiritual growth can be ignited by the most tragic moments of life. Light, she tells us, can be birthed from the darkness. From April 2015.
Joan Chittister, author of Between the Dark and the Daylight: Embracing the Contradictions of Life
Joan has called Joni Mitchell's 1968 classic "Both Sides, Now" a perfect illustration of her own approach to spiritual paradox. Enjoy this beautiful live version, from 1970: