Tag Archives: Mother God

Cornfields–An Experience of Mother God

              Memories immersed me like descending clouds, humid and fecund.  It began when I arrived in Pennsylvania for a silent retreat.  At first the rising grief did not disturb me except it was associated with swaths of corn, brittle … Continue reading

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Home–a Reflection on Rootlessness

Eltham Palace Gardens, Eltham, London, England  While listening to West Virginians hale the grace of their homeland, their home state, telling tales of feet and hands in the soil, fingers sewing and quilting, canners full of jars of steaming tomatoes, … Continue reading

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Spirituality and the Arts

Last night, unable to sleep, I picked up a copy of Christian Mysticism, East and West. I opened a chapter called Spirituality and the Arts.  The two are intertwined.   The author, Dr. Maria Joudi, PhD., says “In the Christian West, … Continue reading

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