Today’s Writing Prompt

letting go

Today’s 10 minute writing sprint is: What are you committed to? I suggest you that within your journal you phrase it as a question to yourself “What am I committed to?” Very briefly, Merriam Webster defines Commitment as “an agreement or a pledge to do something.” Synonyms include: constancy dedication devotion loyalty steadfastness truth Your … Read more

On Friendship

betrayal

It’s all energy. God shows up here as this one. God retreats there as that one. It’s all the same Love energy here or there, with this one or that one. God presents Love in every face. Accept and receive what comes before you. And, whomever doesn’t come before you, smile upon them as well. … Read more

Silence

grief

It is the autumn season. the light wanes within each day and the garden fades. Silence came on its own today, unbidden I pushed against it waving my “To Do” list in its face But it just sat there, it had nothing to say Finally I sat down with it I do really enjoy its … Read more

Maps

goals

A very little boy from our neighborhood came to our door today selling zucchini bread that had likely been made by his mother. He told us we could either give him some money or something else and he showed us his basket that had two bananas in it. I thought it would be friendly to … Read more

Words and Friends

journaling

I wrote to a friend and she wrote back using these words: Ambivalence and Procrastination. At first I dismissed them. I wanted to feel she was bigger than those words. But the more I sat with her reply, the more I realized I needed to respect those words. They were her words. They described her … Read more

Small Ways to Feed the Soul

letting go

What will you do to feed your Soul today? What small thing can you do to bring a little joy into your life? What makes your heart sing? It doesn’t have to be big. It can be looking at the sky or the birds. It can be enjoying the movements of a small child. Maybe … Read more

Witnessing the Dichotomy Within

meditation

Today my journal prompt was on the theme of Serenity. Serenity means calm, unruffled, quietude, clear, free of storms. Merriam Webster includes: shining bright and steady. There I was, with my journal, reflecting on Serenity. The word by itself made me feel calm and quiet. I sat to write and found myself staring out the … Read more