With all the discussion today of changes happening, I was suddenly reminded of a poem which I have cherished for many years. As I read it again I saw how it applies to what we are all doing here. Take time to consider what Max Ehrmann penned some 56 years ago.
Posted by davelamberton January 31, 2008 - 11:27pm
Over the last three days and nights I have spent many, many hours working on my website. Today I had planned to spend the day building the first two pages of the real meat of the site, dedicated to resources and information for Indigos. Instead, I was moved to create a tribute to one of my dearest friends of all time, who I recently learned had died last fall.
Beloveds, I recently discovered the Morning Messages web site, morningmessages.com, which features messages channeled by Peggy Black, and a lovely intro video which I felt inspired to include below. In joy and love, Bodhi
Posted by penny_stoneon January 27, 2008 - 11:26am
I received an email today from James Gilliland of ECETI with a link to the following video on YouTube . . . it's really great! Just thought I would pass it along to all of you (link below) . . . ENJOY!
Today's email brought a reference to Peace Pilgrim. Does anyone remember this brave woman that was truly dedicated to what she felt was her calling?
I remember, probably 40 years ago, when her walking brought her through the Beloit, WI. area. What an opportunity it would be for me now, but then I was not able to even conceive of such a mission. Do read about her at:
It is the Glad Season -
Thunder ebbs to silence and lightning sleeps quietly in the corner. Flood waters recede into memory. Snow becomes a yielding cushion to aid us as we make our way to higher ground.