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Meta~4~Mary #1

I do not subscribe to any religious path but I do subscribe to spirituality, intensely!
Traveling along this on-line spiritual road I have made acquaintance with many 'Mary' figures,
all sharing the same essential essence of 'love'. They all have the one thing in common,
sewing seeds of compassion and care, with one aim in mind ~
nourishing and populating this world with their progeny.


My 'Mary' acquaintance this week came from a beautiful post written by Tara Sophia Mohr ~
please visit and take the time to enjoy reading ~

~>~> Your Life Purpose

Linking with ~
Mornings with Mary
Recuerda mi Corazon

Comments

MeOfCourse said…
Spirituality is what moves me as well. I like what you did with the photo. Very nice. Thank you.:)
Oh, just so that I can be today's devil's advocate: What if there is no purpose? (Understand, I'm just wondering...)

Blue Lady of the Monsoons
Redondowriter said…
I love your photo and did enjoy reading at Tara link. I'll admit that I long ago gave up trying to find my purpose, but I'm personally so impressed with Fr. Richard Rohr's book Falling Upward when he talks about the true and false selves.
judie said…
I really love this picture. Very creative what you have done. It would make a nice card to carry in one's wallet for those times we need a "reminder" of the message. I did visit Tara's blog. Sigh....unfortunately, or perhaps fortunately, I have no driving purpose. Of course some goals now and then, but when accomplished, then back to daily acceptance of what the spiritual universe has given me. I just live life as it comes, always have, too late to change now. Or why?
Priti.Lisa said…
Hi Sue! I love the way you phrased what is true for so many of us. I really love the artwork and then I followed your link...
that is EXACTLY how I begin every day, with good intentions.
♥♥
rebecca said…
dear heart,
i love you, i love you, i love you.
xoxo

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