The Great Texas Freeze took the wind out of my blog sails… here I am, attempting to catch up. I wasn’t able to download images due to weak connectivity, but I did manage to get some screen shots. 🙂
“[I]t is important to harness our imagination with the deep practices of wandering, so that we can remain open to the Divine Source of every good thing in the inescapable presence of a divine becoming.” ~Robyn Henderson-Espinoza
Grateful for Robyn’s reflection that brought to mind words from Teilhard de Chardin’s The Divine Milieu:
“By means of all created things, without exception, the divine assails us, penetrates us and molds us. We imagined [the divine] as distant and inaccessible, when in fact we live steeped in its burning layers.”
I see the shape of a sand timer without sand at the center of this image and it makes me wonder about timelessness in the eternal dance of love.
“The Eucharistic meal is also more than a ritual; it is a sacred dance in Spirit. It is a dance of love between the lover and the beloved.” ~Gena Davis, YogaMass: Embodying Christ Consciousness
Through the body of Christ, “hope circulates as a lifeblood. It warms, it fills, it connects, it directs.” ~Cynthia Bourgeault, Mystical Hope
“Dear Lord, thank you for your everlasting peace and forgiveness and for loving us unconditionally… Please help us to live in your reflection.”
~Jessica Arneson, co-chair ELCA Eastern ND Synod Hunger and Justice Committee
Being Mardi Gras, i searched for a purple, gold and green journal page… Yep, this one works for today. See you on the flip side, #Alleluia!
It’s true… “because I knew you, I have been changed for good.” Love that song from Wicked.