On Healthy Living

September 30, 2012

 

We are healed by what we are . . .

what we were made to be.

The preacher must preach,

the singer must make her music,

the writer must write.

Death is in the denial

but life is in the acceptance . . .

                 By Martha L Shaw – Copyright 09-29-12


September 30, 2012

Martha L Shaw:

Hugged by Jesus – today’s devotional

Originally posted on My Soul Dances Devotionals:

Read:  Matthew 11:16-30

Thought for the day: “ . . . surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

Sunday is my favorite day of the week.  Always.  Jesus is with me every moment of every day and the Holy Spirit is always deep within me guiding me, but somehow being together with the amazing body of Christ at church is like being on holy ground and nearly always fills me with such joy and new life for the coming week.  There are the occasional Sundays, though, when I’m, for one reason or another, a bit off.  The one I’m to share is an example.  As Fr Rick was about to share the daily Gospel reading, I prayed for the Holy Spirit to awaken me.  He did indeed open the ears of my heart and I heard words read, and in particular I heard…

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September 30, 2012

Martha L Shaw:

Inspiration all around you!

Originally posted on Quilting, FiberArt & Painting:

This is a popular question and since the truth is “everywhere” but not altogether helpful, I thought I’d give an example or two . . . .

I have always loved those “Irish Knit” sweaters, but try as I might I simply could not fall in love with knitting.  I crochet.  I know a lot of stitches having done this since about 4 years old, so I simply hit a sale on yarn and combined row upon row of various textures stitches I liked, repeated some in a way that pleased my eye, and suggested a bit of that “Irish Knit” look, and there you have it.

I saw sitting in the doctor’s office waiting room for what seemed like a very long time.  I read all the interesting magazines, was bored with the tv and no sound, do not smoke, and was restlessly staring at the floor when I…

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Wordlessness . . . A Quote For Sunday

September 30, 2012

Perhaps, this being my Sunday post, my thoughts on this quote have been slanted some but I suspect the title of “wordlessness” is not one you’d expect a writer to jump to.  Oh, but one can be inspired at any given time and love, peace, inspiration, and other delights do not always require words, do they?  My thoughts might not be what the original quote relates to, but sometimes messages go from one being to another in the way we clasp hands, enjoy a sunset, a walk on the beach, or paging through a book of memories . . . simply heart to heart and soul to soul . . .

 

Much of what was said did not matter, and much of what mattered could not be said.

- Katherine Boo -


A Tanka Poem Celebrating Change

September 29, 2012

Dry leaves falling fast

Prepare a place for new birth

Beauty all its own

Leaving ablaze with color

Then a time of rest and growth

By Martha L Shaw – Copyright 9-29-2012


Martha’s Six Word Saturday

September 29, 2012

 

 

Rest

Release

Restore

Receive

Rejoice

Repeat


Shhh!

September 29, 2012

When you have nothing to say, it does not matter how many syllables you use.


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