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12 Days of Mary Meditations #2

Breathe in and breathe out,
sit with eventide Mary
open up to peace...


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rebecca said…
my darling sue,
i just read and am so sorry to share that our spadoman passed away this morning. who can ever haiku without feeling the presence of the peaceman among us?

your offering is the perfect angel of light and grace to show him the way. thank you for your truly unique way of seeing and being in the word. you are a wellspring of light and love. xo
Redondowriter said…
This image is mesmerizing, excellent to meditate upon and let the feelings wash over me.

I'm utterly shocked to read that Spadoman passed away this morning. I love that Rebecca is using your image to show him the way.
The angels pass by and pass through, but they never pass away. Thanks be to God!
Introverted Art said…
this is absolutely beautiful...
Priti.Lisa said…
Love everything you have created Sue,the haiku meditation,
the passing through of the angel named Joe on your photograph.
♥♥♥
Lea said…
Oh Sue... this is amazing... Joe would love this... how fortunate we all are to have each other and to share such beauty... Thank you Sue
Annie said…
If a heart can swell, mine did when I saw this delicate image reaching for the light. Fare thee well, friend Joe.
suzanne said…
a wing navigating the light...so lovely

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