Tag: #loveall

  • A Message of Hope this Friday

    Spring is usually my favorite time of the year. I love the tiny yellow green buds dotting the bare branches of winter and their promise of abundant new life.  I took a picture of such a tree on a brief walk the other day.  (As I live in New York City, I practiced social distancing […]

  • Radiant Garments

    I am part of a blended family and we just had a divine wedding celebration in early November. Relatives from several states flew in to attend and we partied as a family. Asher who sometimes is called Ashley was also there. A very handsome young boy with a sweet and tender heart. He was wearing […]

  • A Blessed Easter!

    The sun always rises.  Slowly.  Quietly. Sometimes amidst rain.  Sometimes amidst wind.  Sometimes covered by clouds. But slowly, quietly, the sun always rises and shatters the darkness. God always comes to us.  Sometimes quietly.  Other times through a cacophony of unexpected events and “life turned upside down” experiences that stop us in our tracks.  But […]

  • Draw the Circle Wide

    This is a picture of hands in a circle at one of our retreats several years ago.  We all have temporary tattoos of butterflies and hearts on our arms.  Though we all have different colors of skin, we are united in the transformative spirit of growth and support at this retreat. It reminds me of […]

  • A May Morning over Everest

    Psalm 19:1 The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament showeth his handiwork. KJV As I relive those moments on a small plane between Nepal and Bhutan, a front row seat to God’s majesty, I think of my own journey. Where have I been led and opted to follow those instincts? Where have […]

  • Let there be Peace on Earth

    My daughter and I were sight-seeing with friends when I came across this street in Mont-Saint-Vincent in France in the Spring of 2016. I was captivated by the stillness, beauty and simplicity of it, namely the colors of the sky, the trees, and flowers. After a lovely picnic across from it, we drove down the […]

  • The Storm before the Calm

    I took this picture very early on Monday morning.  As I was parking my car on 128th Street in Harlem, I had a moment to catch this beautiful sky.  The wind was very strong and it was tossing these leafless branches back and forth.  Looking past the branches were dark clouds, but behind it there […]

  • On Praise

    Psalm 34:1 I will bless the Lord at all times: his praise shall continually be in my mouth. This photo was taken at a former Portuguese fort in Casablanca.  The fort now houses a restaurant where we had dinner on my third night in the city.  The setting was so beautiful and unusual that I […]

  • St. Malo Cathedral

    In a sacred place sun shines through windows of stained glass reflection causes inspiration This church built centuries ago bombs of war rebuilt, standing solid now pews where others lifted prayers to Our Heavenly Father heads bowed with hope Moments of reflection rekindle fires in our being Lent can do this if we pause, be […]

  • Hope on the Coldest of Days…

    It was a bitterly cold winter night when I finished work.  As I cleared my desk, my phone pinged and I cringed.  This new app kept me apprised of all news events – which were never good – and I had no idea how to stifle it.  But this time was different.  The story of […]