In a State of Siege: Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Days 23 & 24

Solitude: a silent storm that breaks down all our dead branches, yet sends our living roots deeper into the living heart of the living earth. ~ Khalil Gibran, Sand and Foam The virus still lurks, despite the fact that statistics suggest fewer new cases are showing up. So I am still crossing off the days … More In a State of Siege: Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Days 23 & 24

Peregrinations and Pilgrimages: Egeria and the Flour Soup

Rocks tumbled down the rugged sloping ground and dust spun like little tops as Egeria, a nun from early fourth-century Galicia, climbed toward the rocky summit of Mount Sinai. From that craggy point, she gazed at a world she defined by the holy sites mentioned in the Bible. And from there we saw beneath us … More Peregrinations and Pilgrimages: Egeria and the Flour Soup

Peregrinations and Pilgrimages: Egeria and the Flour Soup

Rocks tumbled down the rugged sloping ground and dust spun like little tops as Egeria, a nun from early fourth-century Galicia, climbed toward the rocky summit of Mount Sinai. From that craggy point, she gazed at a world she defined by the holy sites mentioned in the Bible. And from there we saw beneath us … More Peregrinations and Pilgrimages: Egeria and the Flour Soup