Every month I tweet #MicroPoetry! In 140 characters, they are part prayer, thought, reflection, challenge or something in-between. I look forward to sharing them with you and hope that they may lead to reflection, musing and perhaps even discussion!
The Palms have swayed and now we walk into the Holy Week. May your fears, hopes & doubts be touched by the longed for Light!
Riddling Holy Mystery leads down the rabbit, in which there is transformation and change in the swirling unknown …
What if the ‘real’ world simply obscures the true one lying just beyond the thick branches & bramble on a forested trail in the White Shell?
Freedom is not the boxing of choice but its abundance. If free what shall you do? Judge, take advantage, or remove the sleep from eyes shut?
Into the darkness to which convictions of justice lead we walk & there is fear. Hold onto the light Brothers & Sisters!
Dry, brittle decomposing leaves, burrowing worms, scouring rain, rays of sun & breathing trees: The cycle of life of which u & I are a part
The light has broken the veiled darkness & the gift of love is revealed. On this Easter Day, we pray you know you are embraced & loved!
To notice injustice, yet remain passive is the malaise in our midst. May those who can stand do so to help those who are forced to sit!
Peter: “Tabitha, get up.” The Universe beckons, whispers for us to awaken to the stardust we are. Arise & notice we are all connected & One
Do you know who I truly am? Do you remember who you longed to be? Wake up to that potential once more!
Upon this fragile planet we dance through the solar winds. May we nurture & embrace the tenacious nature of life when well sown!
Our relationship to the earth is intrinsic & interrelated. Each joyful breath depends upon the health of God’s Creation. May we take care!
Sun glitters off dappled dew watered grass. In the moment of refraction, the rainbow cascades embracing the potential of a single moment
Do you recognise the you in me? What about me in you? Life with intention makes clear the threads that bind us into the universe’s weave
Justice isn’t you’re right & I’m wrong or you’re stronger than me. It begins when the haves discover humility & the have nots claim dignity
Tomorrow’s today began yesterday. Pedantic word play or possibilities previously unconsidered: What do you want this day to be?
The People of the Book have always known that the Status of Women & Children is the gauge of living into the Kingdom. How are we doing?
Many paths lead from here to there & back again! Walking one with disciplined intention reveals the weave of compassion that binds us all
Urban or rural is a false polarity: One vs the other. It’s not where you live that matters – it’s whether there is balance in all things