Tag: intentionality

it’s more than a quarter

It’s more than a word of affirmation. It’s more than a smile. It’s more than a handhold. It’s more than a greeting. It’s more than a quarter. I love shopping at Aldi. Where else can you get organic veggies and fruit that don’t break… Continue Reading “it’s more than a quarter”

allow Grace in

As I’ve been leaning into Grace this week, I thought I’d repost this one written a few years ago.  ~cameron “I do not understand the mystery of grace — only that it meets us where we are and does not leave us where it… Continue Reading “allow Grace in”

lessons learned: grapes and intentionality

This morning, at our Celtic service, I preached on the next in the I Am series:  I Am the True Vine.  I was delighted that this one happened to come my way as it was a perfect opportunity for me to revisit this post… Continue Reading “lessons learned: grapes and intentionality”

lessons learned: grapes and intentionality

Several years ago, I decided I wanted to try my hand at grapes.  As you may have read in previous posts, every year, I pick out a new vegetable or fruit and see if it will thrive in our part sun/part shade gardening space. … Continue Reading “lessons learned: grapes and intentionality”

lessons learned: waiting on the cows

There is only one moment in time when it is essential to awaken.  That moment is now.  ~The Buddha (c.563-483BCE) When I go walking, my preference is to head out to a country road rather than a park or neighborhood.  It is more peaceful… Continue Reading “lessons learned: waiting on the cows”

one thing at a time

As I prepare to go about my work today, may my intention to live in your present moment be the pattern for this day and my life. With your help, may I forever do only one thing at a time– always in communion with… Continue Reading “one thing at a time”