Sherry Roscoe shares a deeply personal poem today that invites all of us to consider the “Messy, Messy, Lovely” in our lives.
“Everything I know about writing, I learned from my Grandmother,” writes Julie Lary. Read more of Julie’s essay. And, by the way, she attends The Mindful Writing Workshop.
In honor of Labor Day, we share a prayer Steve Garnaas-Holmes wrote.
Mary Pandiani writes: “Sabbath is taking time … time to be holy … time to be human.”
Today Kathleen Heppell shares a haiku.
Sherry Roscoe shares a contemplative poem on humanity, Being Human.
Chris Ball shares a contemplative poem on mothering.
Steve Garnaas-Holmes shares “A Prayer of Examen for Our National Holiday.”
A photo taken by Beth Griffith brought a poem by John O’Donohue to mind.
In honor the Juneteenth holiday, read a little about an escaped slave turned abolitionist and Women’s Rights Activist Sojourner Truth.
Today Chris Ball graces us with another of his poems, this one about “a bruised reed.”
Sherry Roscoe shares a contemplative poem.