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December 10, 2011


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Magical Mystical Teacher

More and more I am hearing her voice, not as a ringing out, but as a faint a breath of wind lifting a fallen leaf for but a moment, and then letting it settle to Earth again...

Sue Fox

Her revelation starts as a dream and ends in a beautiful reality, just like this Mary walk, so glad I made the effort!

Sue x

Miss Robyn

I love how She has her hands over her heart - I do that to myself often.. I think it might be Mary, encouraging me to do that. Mary has been my companion for a long time.. before i even knew

Donna The Woodwife


Carol (artmusedog)

Rebecca ~ Lovely vintage photos of Our Lady ~ thanks again for being you ~ gradually healing and getting my equilibrium back ~~ thanks, namaste, Carol (A Creative Harbor) linked AVAD at corazon


I have been hearing her voice for years now. Sometimes not listening, sometimes not hearing. These days, it is a clearer understanding of the message. An affirmation that asks me to remind every soul every day to persue peace. I am so blessed to have been a part of this exercise last year and again this year. As I can see, there is no shortage of Mary in the lives of people. Now I hear loud and clear.

Peace to all

Hettienne Grobler

only in the utter stillness and silence within do we find total Her Heart complete


Your Mary here may be weathered, but no less beautiful.

Paula Scott: Molokai Girl Studio

She looks so real! Her face-the expression! I know she is made of concrete, but she does not feel like she is. She is alive.


Majestic Mary.
Your words are always so lyrical, Rebecca.
You spread so much joy♥♥♥♥♥♥♥


She is so beautiful!


Posting a virgin a day is a beautiful blessing. My heart is blooming a continuous blossom. Thank you recuerda mi corazon.


Love your Mary. Beautiful words. Happy Holidays!


This has been such a wonderful way to prepare for the holiday season.
Love your Mary, love her patina of "life".

Fran aka Redondowriter

She is so regal in her worn-ness. I have no idea why, but seeing her so weathered reminds me of the Skin Horse in the Velveteen Rabbit. His hair was worn off from love. You have been intently on my mind this week, Rebecca, so prayers have gone your way. I hope the infusion went well and that you are feeling better as Christmas approaches. I did some more research on your illness. It's funny how we know so little about many diseases until we are directly confronted by them in ourselves or a loved one.

peggy gatto

she is truly beautiful and I can see here move!

Noelle Clearwater

Ave Maria! Ave Maria! maiden mild!
Listen to a maiden's prayer!
Thou canst hear though from the wild,
Thou canst save amid despair.
Safe may we sleep beneath thy care,
Though banish'd, outcast and reviled -
Maiden! hear a maiden's prayer;
Mother, hear a suppliant child!
Ave Maria!

I was listening to Celine Dion sing her beautiful version this morning and I opened your lovely post. I felt as if I were walking out of doors, on a retreat, through a garden, pausing in front of a large statue of Our Lady to pray and meditate, to think on what this week has meant and the blessings of all the hearts and minds who have shared here. What a tapestry of prayer and soulfulness you have woven, a prayer shawl of Wonder for Our Lady of Hearts. Thank you dear rebecca.
All My Love,
Noelle xoxo

Laurie Zuckerman

Love Mary's hands, Rebecca. Where or where is this beauty?


She is just so extraordinary, Rebecca. Beauty. Age. Wisdom. Suffering. Everlasting.


she is very beautiful...


This Mary is approachable in her beauty. I feel as if I could sit at her feet and absorb the peach she exudes.


absolutely my type of statues.. old and lovely ... i feel your words as that is what centuries of gazing at lovely statues does for one's soul... just think of statues as art in 3d form!!!

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