On this day of Epiphany, as we look back on the year past, and look forward to the year ahead, let us pause together to seek the Presence of the Divine for guidance, discernment, and fellowship.
As today we honor the Longest Night, simply sit with this lovely image and poem from my colleague Kelly Tan. As you receive this poem, consider these questions and whatever else may be arising for you.
Please enjoy this Guided Meditation recently recorded just in time for Advent.
“Naturalists feel closest to God when outdoors. Something inside their souls comes alive when they are surrounded by God’s splendor in nature. God’s Creation becoming a classroom to teach about God’s rhythm, timing, and the seasons of life and death.”
The Activist will often get involved no matter the personal cost. Wanting to be liked is not as high a priority as standing up for the widow and orphan in their distress.