Dear Readers, I love that you’re commenting But please! Don’t use the comments section as a soap box for your anger. I was so moved by Sharon’s prayer for her country, Malaysia, in A Leaf in Springtime that I reblogged it here a few days ago. I’ve received a comment which consisted only of a link to another URL. When I went to that site, I found it was a rather bitter post excoriating one of the two sides contesting the elections. Please, if I may re-iterate … Sometimes Words
Someone told me yesterday I was getting too religious and hence difficult to get along with. That certainly caused me to go look in the mirror and consider my shortcomings. I was hoping that deeper spiritual growth would mean a kinder gentler me. Obviously, this person didn’t think so. Possibly, in my pursuit of beauty, justice, truth I was becoming more legalistic and judgmental…
Possibly, in leaving everything to a higher being up there, I had become irresponsible.
http://www.etsy.com WE DIDN’T INVITE THEM I’ve heard them practicing in the park from my study. I’ve passed them on my walks. I’ve kept them at a safe arm’s length. What they do on their day off is their business. I let them be, them and their singing…
But now they’re in my driveway. “There some carolers asking if they can come in,” my daughter whispers nervously in my ear. I peer out at the 8 people gathered in our driveway, smiling uncertainly from under f