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Monday, April 14, 2008 

love does not control. it opens a space of becoming.

these words from catherine keller's "on the mystery: discerning god in process"

are these words in their simple beauty resonant because while they ring true they are so difficult to live? she is speaking about g-d, but she is also speaking of us (i doubt she would set up such a binary).

how did love come to mean ownership, control?

i think that process theologians are frightening for some not because that approach implies that we have something to lose.

it implies that we do not *have* it to start with.

more on this later. i have to get back to work.