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Sacred Mission

To every Mary,
may our engaging of hearts
pulse out peace & love



This post is dedicated to the Twelve  Days of Mary Love hosted annually by our beloved Rebecca over at Haiku my Heart.  It seems to me more than ever these days we need to keep close together in this sacred mission to promote peace through sister love, by taking whatever means accessible as the world goes through so much grief and suffering  to share solidarity.  For a long time I have been drawn to the idea that this on-line space is a miraculous means to counter much of the unrest, to give hope and comfort for our grieving world. 
My friend Cat over at Love & Light has published a beautiful post on the subject of Grief, go and see ~> ~>

Links ~  Love & Light

Haiku my Heart ~ Recuerda mi Corazon



Comments

Love to you at this season of Advent.
Gillena Cox said…
lovely haiku

have a good weekend

much love...
Lea said…
Hello dear Sue. May our hearts all pulse as one, in bringing love and peace. I so love our connection through cyberspace. Thank you for this sacred mission. XO
J C said…
Your words are so heartfelt and so meaningful. Thank you for posting these loving thoughts. I hope their meaning reaches far and wide.
gma said…
YES My heart pulses out peace and love to you dear Sue.
Cat said…
and so it is dear sister
so it is
our hearts pulse together as one

love and light
redondowriter said…
So soothing, so hopeful. Thank you for sharing your words and the link to Cat's site. I just read her post and I like to think we are somehow gathering ourselves together in these troubled times. Such duality--the best and the worst of times.
Yes, we do need to stay close together and keep peace in our hearts and hope that it spreads!
Lenora said…
Peace and love we need more of that, say it, think it, be peace and love xo
rebecca said…
my darling love across the sea,
aren't we all living testimonies of the power of love? together we inspire, encourage, support, lift up, comfort, and rejoice. we manage to find each other and the circle grows. we stand beside each other through the worst and best of times. i am so grateful for your love and light in my life. i love you.
Your words bring hope and meaning to what I also believe should be our mission as bloggers. As a man and a father of two young ladies, I also want to make a difference in this world through my words and artwork. Peace!

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