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Blessing 6: Closing the Week

This Lenten week where I have focused on the theme of “blessings” is drawing to a close. Once again, I am reminded that there is such a gift in following the gentle nudge of spirit (“I should write some blessings…”). … Continue reading

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Blessing 5: Friendship

I am so richly blessed by the array of friends in my life. My friends are brilliant stars, each of them in their own radiance of being exactly who they are. But together, we ebb and flow together in constellations … Continue reading

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Blessing 3: Community

In my faith community, we are reading Diana Butler Bass’ Christianity After Religion for discussion during Lent. Tonight, my small group started discussing “belief in community” as one of the important characteristics of our religious expression. In other words, belief … Continue reading

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Blessings 2: Circles

The image of the circle has been very real and present with me today. The circle was referenced in divine imagery during a lunchtime lecture and has lingered with me throughout my day. Circles appeared in my work life, took … Continue reading

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To the Moon

When I walked outside late last night, after the rain, the moon was majestically beautiful. It was one of those nights where I am paralyzed, where I stand and stare, taking in each moon-beam and soaking it up into my … Continue reading

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