Take a moment to reflect on the photo.
Prayer has a deeper priority (than making yourself holy); it is the sanctification of the world of which you are a privileged inhabitant.Listen to the voices of longing in your soul, your hungers. …
Make a prayer that is big enough for your wild soul, Write a prayer that is worthy of the destiny to which you have been called.
— John O'Donohue (1956-2008)
Irish poet, author, priest, philosopher, from Eternal Echoes
Wholeness consists of coming back into relationship with what is deepest in all things;
that is, the of-Godness at the heart of the earth and all life forms and all people.
— John Philip Newell
poet, peacemaker, minister and scholar, internationally acclaimed in the field of Celtic spirituality
Write a prayer.
Special thanks for the way poets open our hearts to the sacred
Season of Creation Daily
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