Cooking with the Holy Spirit

I stayed home from church today.  I stayed to make soup with the Holy Spirit. Not just any soup mind you, but my own Vegetable Soup. You know the kind, soup filled with chopped fresh potatoes, celery, carrots, turnips, garlic and shallot and fresh herbs.  All of them carefully chopped up into bit sized pieces. … Continue reading Cooking with the Holy Spirit

God’s Prayer

Meister Eckhart’s Book of Secrets, M.S. Burrows & J.M. SweeneyHampton Roads Publishing, 2019, pg. 70 Yesterday I received my copy of Meister Eckhart’s Book of Secrets and with some excitement opened the book, to this random page. It took me only a moment to read the few lines of the poem, but a lot longer … Continue reading God’s Prayer

if you wish to be rich

("The miracle is this: the more we share the more we have."  ~ Leonard Nimoy) If you wish to be rich, Love. Love a child, love a spouse, love your parents, love a dog or cat or some other companion animal, love the mountains, love plains, love the waters of the earth, love the desert, … Continue reading if you wish to be rich

Thomas

Thomas where were you when Jesus came? What was so important you couldn’t stay for a while longer? Did you have to do that all important laundry, or groceries, or maybe clean a closet? What could have drawn you away? I know how it is to have all those tasks to always have no time … Continue reading Thomas

Joy Beyond Joy

She sits in the Garden tears mar her cheeks confused, frightened where did they take him where have they hidden him Mary . .  . . Her heart stops, she can’t breath it is his voice, it looks like him, yet he, he, he . .  . she steps closer a whisper, Rabbouni Bursting into … Continue reading Joy Beyond Joy

Good Friday

You call this Friday good but today the Good died all love hung on a cross the sky cried the earth broke it’s heart the darkness of the soul covered the earth We hide behind locked doors grief grips our hearts fear takes our minds we wait for the knock we wait to be dragged … Continue reading Good Friday

Song of Solomon

Song of Solomon 5:2-8 (CEB) 2 I was sleeping, but my heart was awake. A sound! My love is knocking: “Open for me, my sister, my dearest, my dove, my perfect one! My head is soaked with dew, my hair, with the night mists.” 3 “I have taken off my tunic— why should I put … Continue reading Song of Solomon