Went to Ash Wednesday Mass last night. It was different – sprinkling on the head versus mark of the cross on the forehead. Oh what an interesting change and so glad for it! Grateful for it !
Going to church, holiday celebrations, taking trips to experience a different place, listening to gospel music on Sunday morning, listening to R&B when cleaning the house on Saturdays they were all routines and rituals too as I think back on them — all making up what has been my journey…
With the thought of Texas which could not have anticipated the extent or effects of this storm, and, the winter storms coming further northeast tonight, grateful that we often know what’s coming our way
Will actually cover my ritual of morning prayers and enjoy my first cup of coffee in a special different cup intended with a more centered place of gratitude. As I look forward to doing both the idea itself is more heart-touching and meaningful.
Just returned from 6 pm Mass and the beauty and blessing of a purposed sacred space to the sanctuary of home. Looking forward to this special week.
Committing to a celebration of life and all the variety and spice of the day, whether it be uplifting, cooling, earthy, fruity, natural, hot, nutty, piney, or spicy and carrying that over into better appreciating the uniqueness and diversity of my family, friends and everyone I come in contact with throughout the day, whether it be in-person or on-line.
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