Some morning journaling time with a page awaiting completion led to an invitation outside. See the burning bush at the lower left of the second photo? When I got closer, I realized there were white blossoms on it, just doing their thing, opening to Love. Perhaps I should have removed my slippers… they’re quite wet now. 🙂
God’s Plan A = Community
Pondering the anticipation in the Creative Source that invites and awaits our participation in a song never sung before
“This is the greatness, the goodness, the wonder, the impossibility of the Gospel, that it asks of all of us something we – alone, apart, separate – cannot do! Only by living in love, in communion… do we find, every once in a while, a love flowing through us and toward us and from us that is bigger than our own.” ~Richard Rohr
Wild grace shifts the power.
Recently I was sitting alongside the river. In the distance I saw a gust of wind creating a shiver in the trees; it then skimmed over the water. As I was listening and watching, the shiver came through me, too.
The role of the synod office is to “support, catalyze and raise the questions,” said Bishop Paul Erickson of the Greater Milwaukee Synod. When asked what could be done to help, he asked the pastors to pray.
May we all have the courage to live out the union of such a partnership.
Unveil our eyes and help us see dreams and visions.
Participating in God’s goodness with heart, soul, mind, strength, is about sharing the Good News according to you. Your version? It matters.
We are called to participate in the very nature of God, which is Love. ~Richard Rohr
marked forever by Love, for Love
There are times in the creative process when we just get stuck. Grünewald Guild founder, Richard Caemmerer, offered this advice in those times, “Just make a mark.”