Within this writing I reflect upon the meaning / symbolism of colors that are utilized to evoke emotion and create meaning through design as well as the color red as the blood that is needed to live, preserve and protect the fragility of life.
These thoughts were written as a moment to reflect upon unification beyond the human constructions, to peel away layers to reveal the eternal spiritual bond that we carry within, that must once again re-emerge for the sake of love, thus our human survival.
Our thoughts of love, prayer and condolences to all the community of Manhattan, New York city, who have been affected with the Middle Collegiate Church fire on Second Avenue. The Middle Collegiate Church is a historic site that has been damaged and devastated by this fire. It is deeply saddening to hear of this newsContinue reading “Middle Collegiate Church on Second Avenue.”
Welcome to our virtual Christmas Advent Calendar 2020, that will also include the traditional Catholic Advent candles that begins with hope of the heart! Thank you!
Within these thoughts I offer a moment of reflection as the advent and Christmas season begins with thankfulness and thanksgiving.
Please enjoy and share our evergreen wreaths, a beautiful symbol of everlasting life and eternity!
As an invitation of hope, faith, peace, joy and birth, I share my first ever advent candles to mark the beginning of the advent season with American Thanksgiving. Please join us in celebration of this beautiful gift of life!
These thoughts are a reflective moment of the prejudices, stereotyping and biases that one can encounter upon a day to day level. As I think about Mental health and well-being, with connection to the spiritual realms of the psychological / brain care practitioner, with the biblical teaching of The Samaritan Woman.
Thank you to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception for your virtual and online mass services during the Coronavirus health pandemic.