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Seeing the Light 6: Moon

I was driving home from the airport during the very early hours of this particular morning. The city was sleeping, and I was hoping to do the same. Suddenly, I was mesmerized. Hanging just above the horizon was the waxing … Continue reading

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Seeing the Light 4: Candles

This week, in the middle of the labyrinth that is the background image for the Cultivating Sacred Space project, is a link to lighting a virtual candle. I am copying the link below to this wonderful, interfaith site so you … Continue reading

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Seeing the Light 3: sunrise/sunset

It’s always a good day for me when I can fully take in both sunrise and sunset. Last night, I slept early both to fight off a brewing cold and in anticipation of a morning flight. Rising before dawn, I … Continue reading

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Cultivating Sacred Space: Week 4 “Seeing the Light”

This week’s theme on my Cultivating Sacred Space Lenten series is “Seeing the Light.” The lectionary passages that were read this morning invited us to see the light in new and inspiring ways.  A story from the Old Testament begins … Continue reading

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Juxtaposition

There is something about the coming together of opposites that attracts me. I am drawn to juxtapositions, and make my home at the coming together of seemingly opposing forces. My astrological chart would suggest it might be related to my … Continue reading

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(Bat) Wings of Morning

Batty By Shel Silverstein The baby bat Screamed out in fright, “Turn on the dark, I’m afraid of the light.” It’s been my habit for quite some time now to start my day in meditation or contemplative prayer. One of … Continue reading

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Forty Three

Forty-three small points of light for which I am grateful today, in no particular order… Friends, near and far Finding and redefining family The chipmunk that lives in my garden The taste of homegrown tomatoes and basil My daughter’s laughter … Continue reading

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