I have always connected to the divine in nature. When I moved from Missouri where I lived on a lake to Oklahoma where it is flat and the nearest water is a sandbar you can only drive over and has no points of access, I still after almost three years haven’t found a nature spot. We have a farm, though and sometimes I take the kids on drives through the farm roads and I’m struck with a different kind of beauty and a different kind of connection with the divine. This is the river/sandbar/farm

Teaching art and poetry today at a conservative Christian homeschool academic day. I love these kids! I have to filter my poetry interpretations though sometimes 😁

I’ve read a lot of Systematic Theology in my predeconstruction days and was a devout C.S. Lewis student (I still think sensucht is beautiful) but I’ve only dipped my toe into other faith traditions. At the risk of sounding like a Gungor/liturgist/sciencemike groupie- I view them as sort of a gateway in my transition into deeper awareness. Right now, I’m reading Lisa Gungors “The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Seen” and I’m just nodding my head through the whole thing, crying. 💕 What a gift.

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