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Testimony Tuesday! Preach!

Testimony Tuesday! Preach!

meditation, spirit, spiritual growth, spiritual practice, Spirituality
I have been sick. I'm ready to stand up and yell and be happy again! Except then I will be in a paroxysm of coughing. So, the yelling in my typing is because I have the actual energy of a gnat. Also, I just discovered the drop cap setting. Is that too annoying? We'll see. Among other things, I have also figured out how to streamline this website and simplify it. So welcome to our new look. Do let me know if you find it too plain. I will then blame the web developers of the theme I chose, but what evs. Anyway, preaching, super glad that I wasn't booked last week to preach. I wouldn't have been able to do it. But as I regained my health and did my art & haiku practice, I tried to watercolor paint an iris for the first time using a tutorial by @dearannart on Instagram. I wasn't thr...
Daily Practice 2017.09.27 – What message will you receive today?

Daily Practice 2017.09.27 – What message will you receive today?

Meditation Today (and until September 30th), I will be sharing inspiration from our sibling publication, The BeZine. Our issue this month is a pre-quel to our big event, 100,000 Poets for Change - a worldwide event of local poets and artists coming together to share their creations on peace, sustainability, and social justice. We will be holding a virtual event at The BeZine. You can read more about it here. Today, I am reflecting on the writing of Rob Cullen offered in Measuring the Weight of Clouds. An excerpt: On the mountains top the child lies on his back in the grass watching clouds stream past the effortless changing forms and sees too the time ahead when ice a mile thick will cover the land again. Rob is writing, I believe, regarding the things that are bein
Daily Practice 2017.09.19 – What are you sure of today?

Daily Practice 2017.09.19 – What are you sure of today?

Meditation Today (and until September 30th), I will be sharing from our sibling publication, The BeZine (https://thebezine.com). Our issue this month is a pre-quel to our big event, 100,000 Poets for Change - a worldwide event of local poets and artists coming together to share their creations on peace, sustainability, and social justice. We will be holding a virtual event at The BeZine. You can read more about it here: https://beguineagain.com/100000-poets-for-change/ Today, I'm sharing a poem from my friend, Jamie Dedes. The title is gods of our making. It makes me think that perhaps we give our work to God expecting a magical fix and forget that we are highly capable creatures. The fault, I think, lays at the feet of many theologies that think that God will take care of us no matter