Reflections on Resurrection

Happy Easter!

For forty days, I have been hosting a Lenten series on Cultivating Sacred Space for my faith community, and simultaneously blogging here on my own personal blog on the same weekly themes.  On this most joyful day, I feel a rush of resurrection in my own spiritual life, a renewed appreciation of divine presence, and the gifts and untold blessings of community, serendipity, awareness, and present and persistent love of God.  This season I have truly been Cultivating Sacred Space, and for all the gifts I have received, beyond what I could have asked or imagined, I am deeply grateful.

One of the things I have appreciated the most during this season is how I have learned to more deeply experience and trust Divine Presence.  I have experienced a heightened sense of connection when I am curating digital media; stories and images seem to miraculously “find” me.   I have also found myself hitting “publish” as an act of prayer, and trusting that whatever words have been flowing through me will find a resting place exactly where they needed.  Being a “Servant of Spirit” in this way has truly been a gift to my journey.

I came home from Easter Vigil last night, and was moved to create one more interactive image for my faith and virtual community.  I am sharing it here, too, on this joyful Easter day, in the hopes that the reflections on resurrection that found me will also speak to some of you.

Click on the picture or link below to be redirected to the interactive image:

Reflections on Resurrection


Wishing each and every one a joyous and blessed Easter…

Alleluia!  Alleluia!  Alleluia!

About harasprice

Professor of Social Work and Priest in The Episcopal Church, parent, teacher, learner, writer, advocate, and grateful traveller along this journey through life
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