Would you bring Sangria? Malbec Sangria with Port and Blueberries. Recipe HERE.
One-Pan Salmon and Kale on Brown Rice
Would you make breakfast? Egg and Egg White Omelet filled with Cottage Cheese on Whole Wheat Toast. Recipe HERE.
The Sacred by Marilyn Sewell
The sacred is not in the sky, the place of transcendent, abstract principle, but rather is based on this earth, in the ordinary dwelling places of our lives, in our gardens and kitchens and bedrooms. And it is no less present in our places of protest, the streets and public halls and institutions where we express our outrage at the reckless squandering of the life that is one. The sacred is fueled by eros, by desire. It is about passion. And compassion. And love. Always love. Love over and over and over again, love.
Source- CRIES OF THE SPIRIT
Joy is the echo of God’s life in us.
--Columba of Iona