- 25 October: PAPA! PAPA! PAPA!
- Quickie Quote: Eternity’s Sunrise (& butterflies!)
- An October Day @ Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
- Wind, Waves and Light: Art in Motion
- 15 October: Saint Teresa of Ávila!!
- Quickie Quote: Soulfully Motivated LOVE!
- A Canadian Thanksgiving Blessing (slightly humorous!)
- SPEAKING OUT: Voices of Love vs. Hate
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Tag Archives: Love of God
Papa loved Psalm 23. On that last morning in the hospital with his body worn out from a septic UTI (Urinary Tract Infection), he suffered a heart attack. Struggling to breathe, agitated, it was hard to calm him down. Then … Continue reading
On Monday morning, 16 March, Mel Rosche went to be with Jesus. Now resting in the Everlasting Arms of God, Mel’s earthly suffering has ceased but his valiant life of faith will yield precious Kingdom fruit for years to come. … Continue reading
What does it mean to ‘be transfigured‘? Dictionary definition goes something like this: to be transformed into something better, beautiful, ethereal … other-worldly. Since transformation basically means the process of change, (hopefully for the better), transfiguration kicks change up to … Continue reading
It’s Ash Wednesday. And so Lent begins… Ashes. Fasting. Prayer. Repentance. Giving up stuff. Doing more spiritual stuff. 40 days may seem like a long time until we celebrate Easter (especially if it’s life without chocolate ’til then!) Sometimes we … Continue reading
New Years has come and gone & your humble (ever aspiring to be) blogger (aspiring to be HUMBLE, that is.) Well, she was pooped out after meeting her Advent Challenge which (by God’s grace) she managed a post-a-day (the whole … Continue reading
Sometimes we think love has got to be that mushy stuff plastered on anniversary cards or whispered between folks who are Seriously Serious into that commitment thing (relationships, dating, marriage??) But, for all of us (single or not) there’s that … Continue reading
Someone once said, “Pain & suffering are inevitable; misery is optional.” ‘Tis true, methinks (unless you’re suffering from kidney stones when misery is a sure thing.) Still, misery can be a choice. Which means not being miserable is also a … Continue reading
On this Monday of Holy Week, here’s a poignant prayer from Saint Francis Xavier: O God, I love Thee, I love Thee – Not out of hope of heaven for me Not fearing not to love and be In the … Continue reading
Today we spent quite a long time listening to the Scriptures – from the triumphant palm waving entry of Jesus into Jerusalem at the beginning of the service to the whole Passion account (Luke’s version) : the Last Supper, the … Continue reading
Since today’s Gospel readings presented the familiar parable of the Prodigal Son, when i contemplated What To Post tonight while traipsing all about town on this absolutely gorgeous SPRING-ish day (almost here! almost here!), Rembrandt & Henri Nouwen’s book, “The … Continue reading