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Tag Archives: love
“We are Mariners bound where man has not yet dared to go.” In his poem, “Passage to India,” Walt Whitman speaks of the spiritual journey, of the bravery and courage, our selves and our souls must pass through in this life. … Continue reading
Lauren Scott is one of my childhood best friends. I asked her to create a piece to share on the blog because her artwork is profound, inspirational, and needs to be shared. She paints with traditional and metallic watercolors on … Continue reading
My friend Hal said a prayer last week that sparked this story. He asked that when the world seems grey and hope evades us, that God would help us see the color.
Call this post a colorful illustration of an identity crisis. In a culture of do-ers and do-gooders, what good are you if you stop your give machine? Are you, am I, enough if we aren’t loving, fixing, helping, serving, at … Continue reading
Last night I dreamed a tidal wave was coming for me. It was intense enough to compel me to find the significance. According to DreamMoods.com, it means both an, “overwhelming emotional issue that demands your attention” or “the clearing away … Continue reading
Mom, this one’s for you.
It’s love. It doesn’t have to be complicated; but it must be celebrated! Especially because it’s frilly and drenched in pink. Valentine’s is my favorite day. And this post is to celebrate it.