To All Who Mourn Today

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This post is for all of you who woke up this morning, the day after the election, and discovered that your nightmare wasn’t just a nightmare. It came true. “It’s really a wonder that I haven’t dropped all my ideals, … Continued

Darkness Shining in Bleak November

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Darkness Shining In Western thought light and darkness are seen as polarities—light as good, darkness bad. But I am learning to look at light differently. Neil Douglas-Klotz introduced me to the idea of “darkness shining” in The Hidden Gospel. He … Continued

Light Everywhere…

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Feeling Gratitude for… Beauty Color Light Dark Tall Pine Trees The smell of fall in the air Grace Daydreams Water Rivers As the leaves cascade down and fall moves towards winter I am reminded of this poem. It helps me … Continued

Mapping my Creative Journey

Recently I was asked to give a short talk about my creative journey. The question I was asked to answer was this: How does experiencing the creative aspects of ourselves deepen our own spiritual journey, increase self-awareness, and provide greater … Continued

Photography Assignment — Reproduce a Classic Painting

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Recently a friend of mine who is also a photographer agreed to do photography assignments with me drawn from Doug Beasley’s Vision Quest Cards: Photo Assignments For Personal & Spiritual Growth. It’s fun (and helps me be more accountable) to … Continued

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