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“I took a walk in the woods and left taller than the trees.” — Henry David Thoreau Sometimes standing under trees is the only way I can breathe deeply enough to relax, to calm myself into remembering what I am — this steady pacing, a day to day reckoning of the joys and consequences ofContinue reading “Standing Under Trees II”
Before the bloom there must be gentle care, a tending to ensure the heart imbibes nutrients for strength and growth. There must be life-giving light, the rays from sun to filter through and provide what is necessary to thrive. The roots need room to push through and find home deep within the soil, far enoughContinue reading “Before Blooming”
I just want us to walk and keep walking; we’ll pause long enough to touch the velvet petals of sweet roses we pass, enjoy the shade as we listen to any breeze through quaking aspen branches. We’ll amble past open fields, trudge the mud along river beds, saunter upon warm sandy beaches as we delightContinue reading “Just Walk”
“Night hath its songs;…hear the spheres as they chant praises which are loud to the heart, though they be silent to the ear, — the praises of the mighty God, who…moves the stars in their courses.”
— Charles Spurgeon
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