Practice, for me, is a way to create fertility for God to be expressed through my own being. It’s a commitment to spending time with the Beloved each day, remaining still and alert, noticing what comes up and releasing it, creating space for Love to grow.
Our life in common matters.
Of this I am certain.
Tear drops and rain drops and my waking up to a place that will never be the same, but continues to hold endless beauty.
Originally published 4/19/17. I created this piece as a part of my Good Friday observance in 2017. It’s gesso and acrylic on top of a 7″ x 7″ wooden plaque I received as a gift in 1977. Underneath my image of crucifixion leading to new life is the Goethe quote: Nothing should be more highly prized … Continue reading life in death