Join the dance…

Mark Twain

wpid-135741376238378395sxmkw8sjcMark Twain thanks for knowing how to inspire with words of confident wisdom.

Children and God


Every child has known God, not the God of names, not the God of don’t, not the God that does anything weird, but the God that only knows four words, and keeps repeating them: saying, come dance with me, come dance. Hafiz
(The Gift, Poems by Hafiz – author, Daniel Ladinsky)

Choose to dance…


There is no life without storms. Woven in the fabric of our stories the storm often helps us realize our priorities. Exposed to these elements of nature, we are given time. Time for the waters and wind to wash, to clear our clutter and distraction. Without this wash, our spirits are burdened leaving us with heavy, slow steps as we try to move forward.

The rain is important, puddles are essential. They wash and lighten our load with playful, dancing steps. This is a good reflection as we live into the days of Lent. The act of cleansing is liken to the purge experienced while wandering in the wilderness.

Either way these opportunities bring clarity and can encourage stronger connections to one’s faith and direction. May Lent, these 40 days offer moments enriched by the wash of water and pure cleansing by time in the wilderness.