Saints Alive! These Women Are My Relatives

One of the fun things about genealogy is you may discover you are related to important figures of politics, history, literature or religion. Recently, I blogged about famous American writers I was related to such as Henry David Thoreau and Harriet Beecher Stowe. They are both cousins. I am also related to some people designated … Continue reading Saints Alive! These Women Are My Relatives

Enriching Your Spiritual Life

Has this covid-19 pandemic made you more spiritually hungry? I know it has done that for me. I want and need to spend more time connecting with others spiritually. For example, I have been attending Sunday services via Zoom back at our Countryside Unitarian-Universalist Church in Palatine, Illinois, where we attended services for 19 years. … Continue reading Enriching Your Spiritual Life

A prayer for people in lockdown

This beautiful prayer was written by an English friend of mine named Geoff Cooper. We are in Torrevieja Writer's Circle together and sing together in Andante International Choir, a classical choir made up of people from at least 10 different countries living on the Costa Blanca. (This link gives more information about our choir. https://wordpress.com/block-editor/post/spainwriter.home.blog/1300. … Continue reading A prayer for people in lockdown

Lesson 11: Be Open to Signs from the Spirit World

“And now here is my secret, a very simple secret; it is only with the heart that one can see rightly, what is essential is invisible to the eye.”– Antoine de Saint-Exupery Some people say that a spiritual world doesn’t exist because they can see no evidence of that. I say they aren’t paying attention … Continue reading Lesson 11: Be Open to Signs from the Spirit World