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May 20, 2013


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Magical Mystical Teacher

What contours will my day take? I have no idea, but I know that if I set myself to it, I can give thanks (which is literally what the Greek word eucharist means: "to give thanks"). Amen!


Great passage dear Rebecca!! I love the image you used today!:)
I was able to post via my cell phone this morning. My post needs to be adjusted & a link to this page added. I will take care of that when I get home!:)
Wishing you a peaceful Monday!


It's always a delight to be here with you, Rebecca, and our lovely Mother!

Hettienne Grobler

You and John O'Donaghue have just turned my very ordinary day into an extraordinary one! thank you! so happy to be able to participate today, blessings on your day

Forest Dream Weaver

Exquisite painting and thought provoking words,thank you.

Have a lovely day Rebecca,


This image of Mary is most unusual. I love the clarity of the colors and the fruits of the earth surrounding her like sunglow taking form.


Beep! Beep!
I am sorry I am so late,
but I was away
(don't be jealous, tedious and boring)
here I am
and so happy to see this Mary,
she is one that I used in the patchwork skirt
painting the other week.
I am looking forward to the point in my day
when I re-connect my mind
with my ever-knowing spirit...
won't be long now.
Love you!


What beautiful writing by john o'donohue.
I must find a copy of this. Glad you had all of these Mary's visit you today.


and in many ways it is the rhythm and routine that the day takes that provides form and security, daily rhythm, seasonal rhythm, story and celebration, the cycle of our years..


Shadow and light improve us all. Not to shaded. Not too glaring. Softly just right.

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