How to Forgive

How to Forgive Put aside all resentment The decision to forgive another person a wrong done to us begins when we decide to let go of resentment and thoughts of revenge. To forgive someone does not mean that we forget what they did to us, for this may be impossible. The memory of the hurt … Continue reading How to Forgive

Veronica will be interviewed on Everyday Orthodox, Dec. 15th, 6 PM Central

I will be a guest on Ancient Faith Radio with Elissa Bjeletich on Dec. 15th for her live call-in show. To listen live, you go to and on the right-hand side just a little way down the page, you click on the "Listen" button below "Talk" or "Music". That creates a little popup player … Continue reading Veronica will be interviewed on Everyday Orthodox, Dec. 15th, 6 PM Central

An Ignored Heart is a Lost Heart

The Heart An Ignored Heart is a Lost Heart It is important that we direct all our thoughts, all our actions, and all our desires towards a burning love for God. Our heart must become inflamed with the love of God, and all our intellectual and emotional striving must be directed towards the development of … Continue reading An Ignored Heart is a Lost Heart

Live as if we are Living in Eternal Time.

I came accross two remarkable quotes about how to live in the present and how to deal with tragedy or sorrows in the present. "Let us keep control over our mind in the face of the distractions of the exterior world. Without ascetic effort, our mind will never be able to remain constantly in God. … Continue reading Live as if we are Living in Eternal Time.

Using Our Talents for Good

The Lord said, "No one after lighting a lamp covers it with a vessel, or puts it under a bed, but puts it on a stand, that those who enter may see the light. For nothing is hid that shall not be made manifest, nor anything secret that shall not be known and come to … Continue reading Using Our Talents for Good


Theosis The Meaning of Salvation in the Ancient Church According to Protopresbyter George Metallinos, Dean of the Athens University School of Theology, “For we Orthodox the unique and absolute goal of life in Christ is theosis, our union with God, so that man – through his participation in God’s uncreated energy – may become “by … Continue reading Theosis