Blooming Bliss

The cactus stands in the wind self-protective, with its piercing needles, crying “don’t come near me”, barring any damaging touch. Courageously, it faces hurling winds and blinding desert sand storms. Gracing the crag with a regal stance, albeit its weather-worn appearance, it turns toward the sun reaching for its loving warmth. Its roots, having little…

Go Here – A Meditative Journey

Where to go when there seems nowhere to go Some days arrive with a sense of aimlessness and repetition. Although appearing a gloomy resolution, it is in these moments that we often wallow and waver. Yes, these activities or rather lack of activities can seem rather self-serving and irresponsible. However, the burden of responsibility can…

Nurture Tiny Things

I believe that God is in me as the sun is in the color and fragrance of a flower – the Light in my darkness, the Voice in my silence.” Helen Keller You asked yourself, “what is my purpose?” And you opened your eyes to see a tiny ray of sunshine sprouting from the hardened…

Seasons Of You

Plant Your Seeds As summer breezes turn toward morning freezes, autumn coolness mediates as a somber reflection of the year that has been lived before it. We now have a moment to ask ourselves, what seeds did we plant early in the year that have grown into fruit ready for harvest or a field of…