faith

15 comments

  1. trisha said on February 11, 2011
    beautiful. no one can be more correct.
  2. dan said on February 11, 2011
    In addition to nourishing the soul, it needs to be stretched and exercised.
    1. Colin Stewart said on February 11, 2011
      You are totally correct, Dan! We often become complacent in our faith. But it is almost like a muscle. It needs work.
  3. Mike Patrick said on February 11, 2011
    Perhaps all faith is organic, springing from a fertile soul. At least, that is a lovely way to think of it.
    1. Colin Stewart said on February 11, 2011
      Yes! And we need to throw in a little compost and nurture it for full fruition. But even if we don't, some of those seeds will grow. I think we can take this garden places!
  4. meethimirchi said on February 11, 2011
    Faith is one which can make us hero or also zero
    1. Colin Stewart said on February 11, 2011
      Cute! Reminds me of the Hercules Disney movie. Hercules: Zero to Hero.
  5. vivinfrance said on February 11, 2011
    I love your idea for this prompt. To me a garden is a holy place, where we can be at peace.
    1. Colin Stewart said on February 11, 2011
      Yes, me too. That is where I always picture my image of holiness.
  6. Kristen Haskell said on February 11, 2011
    Natural always seems to nurish the soul. I look at your interfaith prayer group and I think that is one of the most beautiful ideas I have seen. I pray for peace daily.
    1. Colin Stewart said on February 11, 2011
      Thank you so much! I also pray for peace.
  7. Jingle said on February 11, 2011
    the imagery is breath taking. well done. :)
  8. Becca Givens said on February 11, 2011
    A prayer in itself ~ Thank you for the divine imagery! becca
  9. Someone is Special said on February 12, 2011
    nice one.. Someone is Special
  10. Gerardine Baugh said on February 12, 2011
    "life-giving garden" such a beautiful line! Gerardine

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