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Today’s Fragrance: Fellowship With God

Communion with God is essential if we want to know Him. This does not take a day, and not even a lifetime will suffice in unraveling the personality of God. 401 more words

Today's Fragrance

The Transmission of Love

A few hours ago, a voice in my head said “You will write in your blog tonight about the transmission of love.”  Most of my evening has been about online group calls with likeminded souls in the Evolutionary Collective, calls about deepening contact with other human beings.  218 more words

Bird-brained, or not?

It looks like I may have some resident woodpeckers in my yard.  They are certainly welcome here; my house and garage are sided with aluminum, so unless they want a sore beak, they will hopefully stick with the trees. 336 more words

Other Stuff

Woven in one piece, like us

It often seemed so clear a memory, but there were few particulars that ever firmly came to mind.

He had removed his jacket as they walked, and put it about her shoulders. 283 more words

Musing

Here is My Body, Take and Eat

Can a mother forget the baby at her breast and have no compassion
on the child she has borne?
Though she may forget, I will not forget you! 829 more words

Day To Day

July 2018 Musings

CommunityI once read a blog that shared the life, through a personal journal, of the great-grandfather of the person who was producing the material online. In it the man walked all over where he lived, worked, shopped and went to church in Roanoke City (where I currently live), 100 years earlier. 596 more words

Prayer

Pascal's Wager: a communion meditation

Seventeenth-century Frenchman, Blaise Pascal, was an amazing man. In his short 39 years, he made major contributions to physics and mathematics and was one of the first two inventors of the mechanical calculator. 625 more words

Christianity