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April 18, 2005

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anj

I found a new image today - here http://newliferising.blogspot.com/2005/04/in-my-mothers-garden.html#comments
In my Father's house, in my Mother's garden. Also. O have been thinking of onbe of the last scenes in Thirteen - the daughter out of control, with scars from cutting herself, and the mother holding her with full presence and kissing the scars of the cutting. I, too, want more than Goddess worship, and want more than womb worship - I want a taste of the fullness of what you call G-d, not as translated by those who could nto see the beauty of feminity, and not as claimed by those who are blind to the beauty of masculinity, but the beyone gender full expression of That in whose image, male and feamle, we are made. More later!

Karyn

Once again the broadness of God is evident, and our desire to humanize this Being for our own comfort level exposed. For myself, the amazingness of God is that there is no way to understand His wholeness, (God made flesh through Jesus to help us understand certain characteristics of God not withstanding), yet the very personal love He bestows to each and everyone of us, whether we believe it or not.
You always challenge me to expand my relationship with God at the same time Suzie, you present Him in such a way that the truth of His love for such "small" beings as ourselves awakens in me a desire to know, love and worship even more. No longer do I worship out of obligation or even gratitude, but out of awe for such a love as He has for us, that we should be called sons of God.

Karyn Taylor

Once again the broadness of God is evident, and our desire to humanize this Being for our own comfort level exposed. For myself, the amazingness of God is that there is no way to understand His wholeness, (God made flesh through Jesus to help us understand certain characteristics of God not withstanding), yet the very personal love He bestows to each and everyone of us, whether we believe it or not.
You always challenge me to expand my relationship with God at the same time Suzie, you present Him in such a way that the truth of His love for such "small" beings as ourselves awakens in me a desire to know, love and worship even more. No longer do I worship out of obligation or even gratitude, but out of awe for such a love as He has for us, that we should be called sons of God.

Karyn Taylor

Once again the broadness of God is evident, and our desire to humanize this Being for our own comfort level exposed. For myself, the amazingness of God is that there is no way to understand His wholeness, (God made flesh through Jesus to help us understand certain characteristics of God not withstanding), yet the very personal love He bestows to each and everyone of us, whether we believe it or not.
You always challenge me to expand my relationship with God at the same time Suzie, you present Him in such a way that the truth of His love for such "small" beings as ourselves awakens in me a desire to know, love and worship even more. No longer do I worship out of obligation or even gratitude, but out of awe for such a love as He has for us, that we should be called sons of God.

Bob C

i've been reading rohr most mornings for 2 years - whoa

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traveling companions

  • anj
    a finder and holder of stories.
  • jay voorhees
    only wonder understands
  • jeff
    mixed metaphors from my curious brain
  • karyn
    lifematters
  • natala
    and that has made all the difference
  • wes
    wake up...stay alive...be curious
  • will
    journey through willzhead

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