• Ernest Yau

    • Ernest Yau is a 2016 graduate of Shalem's Nurturing the Call: Spiritual Guidance Program.

A Beautiful Soul

Today’s blog is by Ernest Yau. “The meaning of earthly existence lies not, as we have been used to thinking, in prospering… but in the development of the soul.” (Alexander Solzhenitsyn) As I gaze at him, every inch an ordinary man, I spot something extraordinary: an alive body, a surrendering mind and a loving heart. […]

Life Revealed as a Resource

Today’s post is by Ernest Yau What was he up to; I had no clue…until years later. He nudged then urged, rushed then pushed, finally roared at me to get out of my cozy world inside the walls lined with bookcases. My ordered life was soon disordered. I thought I was minding God’s business by […]

June 06, 2019 by Ernest Yau
Categories: Contemplative Living. Formats: Article and Friday Blog. Interest Areas: Friday Blog.

Sound of Silence, Stillness in Motion

Today’s post is by Ernest Yau A simple phrase, “Just a moment,” is an invitation to stand on holy ground. Intermissions, such as a mesmerized father holding his newborn for the first time or a grieving daughter gazing at her mother for the last, call us to not rush but hush. The curtain of life […]

February 02, 2019 by Ernest Yau 1 Comment
Categories: Contemplative Living and Prayer. Formats: Article and Friday Blog. Interest Areas: Friday Blog.