Shine the Divine:

Creativity IS a Spiritual Practice

When we see through our hearts, we recognize that every single one of us is infused with creativity. Divine Sparks are embedded in everyone and everything. It's up to us to be courageous, to look and listen deeply, to find the sparks, gather and release them back into the universe, transformed into something new. Join me as we wake up to the sacred-ordinary blessings waiting to greet us each and every day.

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Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Ingathering



Gather-in, bring the fullness of yourself to the table, be the sweet offering, the best of the season’s harvest, even if you do not believe you are quite ripe; you are enough. You are good.  Celebrate with thanks the bountiful blessings you recognize and the challenges that have mysteriously nurtured growth in your life.

Chag Asif Sameach
Happy Sukkot!





Don't forget to share the love up close with I Heart Macro, the linky opens @ 8pm EST Saturday through Monday evening. This coming week I will have time to visit your beautiful blogs, and I can't wait!

Shine the Divine

13 comments:

  1. ...autumnal blessings dear heart!...(O:

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  2. Hi,

    very nice photo...and it look delicious :)

    Greetings

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  3. Beautiful tomato image.
    So pretty, so delicious.
    I shall miss home-grown tomatoes
    as it gets colder.

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  4. Words have such power. I really appreciate the words you've posted today. What a beautiful approach to life, if we thought that way every moment.

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  5. abundant blessings to you! I'm hoping to join in tomorrow's healing womb :)

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  6. Nice picture and wise words ... I can't wait until next summer: we have planned to grow our own vegetables !

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  7. Nice words, nice tomato scars and all. Had a good harvest this year.

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  8. Ingathering is such a perfect way to describe this time of year, in all its aspects.

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  9. Words that inspire and delight. I'm visiting from Teri's blog. We're eating as many fresh tomatoes as possible - it's been a good harvest!

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  10. Beautiful words. I want to join up with I Heart Macro but can't find the linky ;-)

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  11. here is to hoping the side affects leave you along...i love the art in nature...the veins...that bloom of color...very cool shots...and nice against the wood grain as well...

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