Monthly Archives: October 2014

Daily Walk 10-21-2014

Everything in the world –  whatever is and whatever happens  – is a test, designed to give you freedom of choice. Choose wisely. (Rebbe Nachman of Breslove, The Empty Chair,  RNW #3900)

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Daily Walk 10-20-2014

Honor the seasons of nature and the rhythms of your life.  – Thomas Moore

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Daily Walk 9-27-2014

The pessimist curses the wind, the optimist hopes it will change, the realist adjusts the sails.   – Heartland Samplers  

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Daily Walk 10-19-2014

A follow of Jesus is a witness to life.  – Gustavo Gutierrez

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Daily Walk 10-18-2014

Who is a holy person? The one who is aware of others’ suffering.  – Kabir

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LIVING BY POETRY (12)

LUKE 8:8 “… because in times like these to have you listen, it’s necessary to talk about trees.” – Adrienne Rich Some have ears to see your speaking trees,                       … Continue reading

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Morning Walk 10-15-2014

The earth embraced the cold air from the North with the thick fog as steamed and blanketed all field, river, and mountain this morning in the Spurgeon and Royal Pine, TN. It seemed that all are very brave and mystic … Continue reading

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Daily Walk 10-15-2014

In the life of the Indian there was only one inevitable duty, – the duty of prayer – the daily recognition of the Unseen and Eternal. … Each soul must meet the morning sun, the new sweet earth and the … Continue reading

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Daily Walk 10-14-2014

Of all the wonderful things in the wonderful universe of God, nothing seems to me more surprising than the planting of a seed in the blank earth and the result thereof.  – Celia Thaxter

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LIVING BY POETRY (11)

Poetry shakes up our senses so that we read familiar words in new, enlightening ways. In the same way, living poetically can help dislocate our faith into meaning when we desperately need a renewed sense of it.   – Joy … Continue reading

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