Some more images of our hosts. They are kind enough to invite Fiona to photograph them and she is kind enough to share these images with us.
Our spiritual community is just “borrowing” The Land. These are our sacred landlords. They were kind enough to pose for Fiona over the past weeks!
Inspired by Exodus 34: 1-9 (NRSV)When I left Evergreen United Methodist Church for my new appointment at Hope United Methodist Church, I spent two months compiling an Operations Manual for the person who would eventually replace me at Evergreen. I had developed new programs that had just begun to take off, and I didn’t want […]
by John AntonacciA risk in becoming invested in any relationship; be it within a spiritual community, a romantic relationship, a career endeavor, a family situation, is the exposure of things about oneself that one would rather keep hidden. If we keep our distance regarding any of these relationships we can preserve the illusion of perfection […]
I often wear a hat to The Land that says “Life is Good”, as a reminder to live in gratitude for all of my blessings. I have many hopes for The Land. I hope that it will be a diverse and inclusive community. I hope that it will embrace love for all of creation. I […]
If we simply take the time to observe and listen to the natural world, we can utilize its wisdom to enrich our own individual lives and the lives of others. Albert Einstien was fully aware of this and made the keen observation that if you “Look deeply into Nature, you will understand everything better.” Looking […]