Dear Friends,

 We pray you are safe and well.

 In the spirit of our philosophy of co-creating community and our awareness that the Spirit speaks through each of us, we invite you to share your meditations with us as well. We truly believe that in God’s economy of abundance, when we share our blessings, our thoughts, our feelings, we are all made richer.

Today's Meditation is entitled "A House Called Tomorrow" by Alberto Rios. The poem comes to us courtesy of Hospice Chaplain Krysia Burnham. (Be sure to read the short bio of him at the end.)

Dear Friends,

 We pray you are safe and well.

 In the spirit of our philosophy of co-creating community and our awareness that the Spirit speaks through each of us, we invite you to share your meditations with us as well. We truly believe that in God’s economy of abundance, when we share our blessings, our thoughts, our feelings, we are all made richer.

Today is the Feast Day of Mary Magdalene. As Today's Meditation, we bring you words attributed to her in The Gospel of Mary, a poem by Diarmuid O'Murchu about her, reflections about her by Richard Rohr and Cynthia Bourgeault. What does all this have to do with the world we live in today with Covid-19 and Black Lives Matter?

Dear Friends,We pray you are safe and well.  In the spirit of our philosophy of co-creating community and our awareness that the Spirit speaks through each of us, we invite you to share your meditations with us as well.  We truly believe that in God’s economy of abundance, when we share our blessings, our thoughts, our feelings, we are all made richer. Today's Meditation comes to us in the words of Maya Angelou. 

 Dear Friends,

 We pray you are safe and well.

In the spirit of our philosophy of co-creating community and our awareness that the Spirit speaks through each of us, we invite you to share your meditations with us as well. We truly believe that in God’s economy of abundance, when we share our blessings, our thoughts, our feelings, we are all made richer. (We thank Donna Gaspar for sending us the anecdote about the origin of the title Walking with the Wind.)

Dear Friends,

 We pray you are safe and well.

 In the spirit of our philosophy of co-creating community and our awareness that the Spirit speaks through each of us, we invite you to share your meditations with us as well. We truly believe that in God’s economy of abundance, when we share our blessings, our thoughts, our feelings, we are all made richer.

You may be familiar with a Retreat House right on the ocean in Connecticut run by The Sisters of Mercy, called Mercy by the Sea. Today's Meditation offers two poems by Elaine Y. Olive from Mercy by the Sea, forwarded to us by Irene Desharnais.