Expressing Your Creativity is a Spiritual Practice

the creative urge is life itself What catches your eye? What inspires you? What is urging to be created through you? Are you up for an adventure? “Your creative expression is an act of faith. You must give it passage from the abstract into form by trusting what’s coming through you.  “When there is no…

E PLURIBUS MUSICUM: A HISTORY OF AMERICAN MUSIC

Wednesday Wisdom: Potluck & Sing-Along Come join us Wednesday for a one-hour history of the United States through the melting pot of its music. I figure that everyone will actually be busy on the 4th of July, so having our celebration on Wednesday the 2nd makes a lot of sense.  Since it is the first…

Exorcise Your Stories Don’t Exercise Your Stories

Have you ever caught yourself telling others or even yourself the same old stories? I have. I am actually finding myself getting quite bored with my stories. Tonight was my last Troward class and I now recognize references to these stories in his philosophy. Troward calls it being in the relative, “descending to the level…

Exorcise Your Stories Don’t Exercise Your Stories

Have you ever caught yourself telling others or even yourself the same old stories? I have. I am actually finding myself getting quite bored with my stories. Tonight was my last Troward class and I now recognize references to these stories in his philosophy. Troward calls it being in the relative, “descending to the level…

The Opening of Eyes by David Whyte

After Sunday’s service I had to go back to the video to find the wonderful poems Rev. Heather Clarke shared on Sunday. While I was familiar with Rudyard Kipling’s If, and found it perfect for Father’s Day I was not familiar with the work of David Whyte. Enjoy. The Opening of Eyes That day I…

The Opening of Eyes by David Whyte

After Sunday’s service I had to go back to the video to find the wonderful poems Rev. Heather Clarke shared on Sunday. While I was familiar with Rudyard Kipling’s If, and found it perfect for Father’s Day I was not familiar with the work of David Whyte. Enjoy. The Opening of Eyes That day I…