High fives to everyone! Our Blog is five years old this month so we're celebrating!
The most viewed posts this year were:
While we are still committed to staying focused on "looking at little life moments with a spiritual eye", we are introducing a new feature in the coming year. The categories, or "tags", that have always been associated with each post will now be noted on the bottom of each one. You can click on a category on the sidebar to find posts categorized as Inspiration, Prayer, Reflection, or Story. Hope you enjoy this new feature to re-read older posts or find new favorites.
Here's some insights to sharpen your spiritual eye as we head off to the new year!
"The Lord walks with you today, pause to recognize him in those small but meaningful details. Spend time on things that few see; pay attention to the details that only the delicate heart perceives: the beauty of a flower, the smile of a brother, the feet that support you, the ground you walk on, the stranger who passes by your side. Embrace all reality and offer it to the Lord!" - Click to Pray app: excerpt from Afternoon prayer for 30 January 2021
"True freedom means that we see nothing with either the eyes of the world or with the eyes of our nature, but in the light of Christ, and with the eyes of Faith." - Dietrich von Hildebrand
"How can you see things each day with a renewed vision of what matters?" - from What Would You Take? by Peggy Weber, Loyola Press
"The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ and the love of God and the fellowship of the holy Spirit be with all of you." - 2 Corinthians 13:13
The flowers had three clusters of three petals with three flower heads, all layered together to create a single blossom. Separate, but three, in one. Much like the Blessed Trinity,
Set off against a green background with the sun making their whiteness bright, and their flower heads glistening in contrast, one could not notice the uniqueness and repetitiveness of their threefold composition.
The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit: with us, in us, and all around us, if we only look for it.
Glory Be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit. Amen.
"Looking at little life moments with a spiritual eye."