A poem by Julie Clark underscores the importance of unplugging and noticing the changing seasons.Read More
A Road Always Beckoning by David Whyte is a three-part poetry series looking at the inward journeys we must take as we move out of lockdown.Read More
In light of what many Muslims are experiencing in China, Julie Clark writers two poems for Ramadan: In Memory, and Imagination.Read More
Winters in Santa Fe. The reverence, the beauty. Sites like La Fonda or the Inn at Loretto. The snow. Come experience this magical place and see what all the fuss is about.Read More
For those who “wave the Jesus flag” what does it mean to walk in the shoes of the one who epitomized self-sacrificial love?Read More
What is the true gift of listening to another whose life is different from your own and sharing in their journey?Read More
Change can be painful, but it is also transformative. What does the hard work of change do in our lives when we open our hearts to it?Read More
Autumn Musings A calm hush a stillness in the air Summer leaves fallen and branches bare Fall feasts overflow rich and rare Gardens at…Read More
Breathe deep When we can Because we can. Remember where our breath comes from Give thanks. Remember those Who cannot breathe. Remember those Whose…Read More
Even in a pandemic You can be kind You can listen You can learn You can watch as the sun sets Changing the…Read More
Suddenly His light bursts through the gloom.
He whispers, “I am doing a new thing.”
We haven’t been here before but He has.
This did not catch Him by surprise.Read More
Celtic Way Pilgrimages: Sacred Ireland, Iona, Scotland. “Just beyond yourself. It’s where you need to be.” A poem from The Bell & The…Read More