Becoming Today as I was walking, I was meditating on how the plants along my pathway evolved from small green shoots that appear in the brown landscape of late winter to become what they are in summer. “Becoming” is the thought… Read more
Fullness of Joy The explosion of color in summer keeps our gardens and landscapes filled with joy. But what about in winter? The landscape is gray and brown with only surprises of color on new mushrooms or flashes of bird feathers. Winter is… Read more
Be Still After a dreary cold morning, our walk in the woods was blessed with brilliant sunshine. As I sat on my favorite fallen log, I reveled in the sun warming my face. There were few walkers or runners out today because… Read more
Hidden in Plain Sight In mid-winter it’s hard to believe that spring is right around the corner or that summer’s explosion of color will be upon us shortly thereafter. But a quick journey through my summer photos while looking for butterflies yielded the abundance… Read more
Formed by God My pathway in winter is strewn with seedpods of the sweet gum. Now many people complain about them, but I love their beauty and abundance. They seem to be scattered endlessly on the path and in the grass and woods.… Read more
Light of the World And God said. “Let there be light.” God spoke light into being! He created the heavens and the earth, seemingly out of nothing, and then as He was hovering over the expanse, He decided to create light. Now we think… Read more