trust, New Year

Trust for the New Year

All I Want for the New Year is Trust I’ve been thinking about grace, faith, and trust a lot recently. At 60, I still don’t have much trust in myself, life, or a higher power aka God. Deep down, I don’t really trust that things work out for the best. Trust seems like foreign territory…

planting saplings, Awesome Stories

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In honor of Valentine’s Day, Awesome Stories focuses on love this week. 21 Life Lessons Reading the intro to this article, I thought the advice might be irrelevant, but I was pleasantly surprised. The lessons invite us to look at life and relationship in new ways based on love, trust, patience, connection, and cooperation. These 21…

mystery, poetry

Embracing the Mystery

~ tendrils of mist swirl about my body creating an aura of mystery washed in nature’s veil both refreshing and exciting what lies ahead is not clear the foggy valley beckons I  step boldly into the unknown ~ Christmas arrived early for me! Thanks to the feedback from this community, I have relaxed into the…

All Saints Day Franciscan Media

Haunted or Hallowed?

Haunted or Hallowed ~ hateful warlords corporate mouthpieces media hysteria fearful mobs endless wars systemic poverty climate crisis ~ connections life and death opportunities hidden in challenges will we divide in fear or unify in love choices are looming the time is now hallowed be thy name ~ All Saints’ Day, aka All Hallows’ Day, All…

photography, Awesome Stories

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This week Awesome Stories brings you creative learning, solar homes, role models, forgiveness and ice bubbles. Learning with Movement Teachers and researchers are finding the children learn better with movement. Many of us learn kinesthetically, by doing rather than simply reading about something. This new area of study is called embodied learning and has been…

Christmas story, love, blessings

A Tale of Love

A Tale of Love This is a classic tale of trust, love and faith. May it warm your heart and bring some Christmas Cheer. A brother and sister had made their usual hurried, obligatory pre-Christmas visit to the little farm where dwelt their farm where dwelt their elderly parents with their small herd of horses.…