Month: September 2017

Symbols vs. Sensitivity

(This walking path symbol reminds me of the verse, “…what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?”   ~Micah 6:8, NRSV) Symbols have become the object of many on-going debates in… Continue Reading “Symbols vs. Sensitivity”

Surrender

(Grand Tetons, May 2015) Your refreshing stream of universal loveastonishingly cascades forth,flowing generously for all to enjoy. And I…I am the immovable boulder midstreamstubbornly impeding your movement,while cutting the feet of thosewho long to enter into your love-streamwith my slippery, jagged edges. Keep washing… Continue Reading “Surrender”

One Leaf at a Time

There’s a chill in the morning air and I see glimpses of color beginning to show on the trees. Autumn- my favorite season- is upon us! Not only do I delight in the colors, the aromas, and the tastes of autumn, but my soul… Continue Reading “One Leaf at a Time”

The Pursuit

My sister, Janet, brilliantly shines with her loving way of helping people in unique and timely ways. Recently she surprised our mom with travel plans to see a favorite violinist later this year. Our practical and frugal mom is 92, so naturally her first… Continue Reading “The Pursuit”