Revisited: Awash in Grace

Grace that never ceases to be amazing . . . Through many dangers, toils and snares, I have already come; ‘Tis grace has brought me safe thus far And grace will lead me home. ——John Newton The theme for today is Grace, Grace and more Amazing Grace. You have graced me with your well wishes…

Revisited: Wings to Soar!

We were made to soar! We were made to soar! We were made to soar! That is the opening to Wings to Soar, one of my favorite stories highlighted on my blog. This true story will be the highlight of your day. Continuing with the theme of soaring are these earlier posts: Heart Wings Conversation…

Revisited: Nature’s Green Pastures and Still Waters

I took a walk in the woods and came out taller. —–Henry David Thoreau Nature inspires and reveals God’s artistry. I am that person who walked in the woods to come out refreshed, revived and restored. I gathered four posts to refresh, revive and restore as only God revealed in nature can. Read them in…

My Favorite Subject: Recess with the Grandchildren

To My Readers: For the next few days, I will be a round the clock parent, grandparent, teacher, best friend and life-coach. With little time for writing, starting tomorrow, I will be reviving older posts for you. I am sure I will have tons to share, after an ounce or two of rest . ….

LIFT-OFF: In Defiance of Gravity

On my way to the planetarium With my new generation Of dreamers. And all they’ll see. Them starry-eyed And awestruck inside, Spirited high to the heavens With dreams amplified. Oh the places they’ll go Learning wondrously Opening windows Of what may be. . . . —–G. Hill Gravity explains the motions of the planets, but…

Autumnal Equinox: Equal Days and Nights

A year ago my thoughts on the Autumnal Equinox were about balance: equal days and equal nights. I included the link below. But what about the contrast of light and dark, life’s paradoxes, the balancing of opposites? Nature shows us how to balance opposing simultaneous thoughts in our own equinox of thought: Life’s Equinox Presents…

Bella Luna!

Henry David Thoreau dubbed her as the mistress of the night. The harvest full moon returns us to our bloom where love floats up from forgotten places. Held in her wondrous spell, Our mistress of the night Dazzles and reigns. Silently she waves her wand over the tidal ebbs, Our hearts fill with oceans of…

Buoyancy**

Light is buoyant. It bounces from you to me and back again. —–G. Hill There are two ways of spreading light – to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. ——Francis Bacon Gratitude helps you to grow and expand; gratitude brings light, joy and laughter into your life and into the lives of…

Song of Your Heart:

When the songs of your heart start singing, you should listen … for its harmony will bring you happiness and the melody is the voice of your true spirit.  — Paulo Coelho Enjoy these versions of Let There Be Peace on Earth (I hope the links still work. Sometimes they are unstable.) _____________________________________________________________________________ From Gloria:…

Timeless Presence: Part Two

From yesterday: It was a graceful willow tree that called to me. When the world got too confusing and too noisy, I would sit in the open hand of my tree to feel its comfort and to feel connected to something bigger than myself. The rustling leaves offered soft approvals and I would feel a…