Art by Paul Serusier
GOOD SUNDAY AFFIRMATION
This French painting evokes for me a harvest time of three generations of women reaping from a bountiful land.
“It is good to love many things, for therein lies the true strength, and whosoever loves much performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is done in love is well done.”
–Vincent van Gogh
Here’s wishing you a new week of good harvesting with love.
Painting by Dan Craig
A tribute to my bloggers
Many views exchanged
Learning surprising notions
as on a merry go round
A Bing Image
Reclined under breeze
Eyes seeing all shades of green
Ivy shines pure white
“Be careless, reckless! Be a lion. Be a Pirate, when you write.”
A SENTENCE AND HAIKU
Haiku Art by Benoit
There is sacredness to be found in the ‘spiritual practice of three lines.’
Nature from strange eyes
seen from a modern angle
Elevate the moment
OFF THE CUFF WRITING
Who Are Our Friends?
A quick response might be, our relatives, co-workers, neighbors and benefactors. Whatever the answer, the sense of belonging is founded on the principle of friendship.
Authentic friendship is a gift from God which paves a path for a relationship to grow over time. We can all yearn for good friendships by remembering what Francis de Sales said:
“Friendships begun in this world will be taken again (in heaven) never to be broken off.”
May your friendships be forever endearing. Thanks be to God.
POINT TO PONDER
“Differences are okay and within God’s creative plan.”
My friend Vera wisely commented as we recollect our friendship of many years.
Wishing You a Happy weekend!