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Gray day

“It is human and normal to continually fall out of a state of harmony.  We do not remain in a state of perfection. This is an important truth for the maintenance of psychic health…..  27 more words


Wild Geese

“You do not have to be good.
You do not have to walk on your knees
for a hundred miles through the desert, repenting.
You only have to let the soft animal of your body… 98 more words


Going Home, and the Way There

It was 1989. My wife, Rae, and I had just completed a call of duty as mission workers to youth at Granton Baptist Church, Edinburgh. We enjoyed our first anniversary on Culloden Moor, near Inverness and were now enjoying a few weeks to just explore. 624 more words


Blessing the Day at the End of It All

It is the end of a Monday. While Sunday is the first day of our calendar week, most of us are conditioned to see Monday as our customary starting point. 694 more words



There is a beekeeper in me.
I wallow in time with
ebony and aureate sprites.

Begins a distant murmur,
then a brazen flirtation
as I ransack first fruits from…

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New Moon Rising

May thy light be fair to me!

May thy course be smooth to me!

If good to me is thy beginning,

Seven times better be thine end, 49 more words


Mirror, Mirror... part 1

I am the river.

I am the sea.

I am the clouds.

I am the sky.

I am the leaf that floats  by.

I am love, I am peace, I am joy, I am light,

I am Spirit.