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So often the use of the bridge that Jesus is and represents gets exploded in the words, energies, and seething anxieties fostered by fear. The idea of winning in this day and age in the public square comes to mean […]

As you know we are often writing prayers of comfort to those in need and in the 17 years since the events of 9/11 we have cried tears of loss. Today, when I saw this poem, The Dead of September 11, by […]

Consider the possibility there is another way to look at everything, with love. Enjoy a day full of love, full of looking at the world with loving thoughts for yourself, for your neighborhood, for you community, for your family and […]

In this Child is you. He desires to go home so deeply, so unceasingly, His voice cries unto you to let Him rest a while. He does not ask for more than just a few instants of respite; just an […]

Melanie credits her loving work from her childhood musical movie watching on Saturday mornings after her crack of dawn job of deliverying newspapers. “From where I’m sitting the Sun is shining all over.” Gene Kelly, Singin in the Rain   The […]

Wishes make the world go round. To any wish you make now and tomorrow I add my wishes to yours with so much love to manifest the flight of your soul’s most authentic expression and your hearts dream. My wish […]

I saw the frantic posts light up social media on my phone ‘Let us know you are safe!’ My heart sank, I steeled myself and dropped into the news and saw the photos and read the headlines. Being from the East […]

The most impactful thing about the days and months and years after September 11th for me was listening to the experience of our nation’s children.  I heard so many kids explaining what the day meant to them and what their […]

The deliciousness of living gives birth to the ecstasy of each moment in the adventures of our heart, those moments that come forward in the quiet uncertainty of the unknown, that thrilling goosebump filled connection with all that is. Take […]

There is a statement ‘Grief is the last act of love we can give to those we love.’ Sending prayers and love for those affected by the concert bombing. This is for all those who feel betrayed, shocked, hurt, depressed, oppressed, […]