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Resurrecting in Each Now

Resurrecting in Each Now

“Happy Resurrection from Fear to Love, from grief to joy, from ego to Field, from separation to Unity. You are Loved and kept in the Light.”   Five years ago, I was one year into a five-year journey of healing from divorce. I’ve found it takes me, at least, about that long to fully restore my… Continue Reading

The Art of Spring Break: Exhibits, Travel, Presentation

The Art of Spring Break: Exhibits, Travel, Presentation

Here, in Nashville, there’s a muted silence in the air these chilly, crisp pre-spring days. I’m calling it in between time. The few intermittent days of warm, glorious sunshine brought the buzz of activity. Now, there’s a hush in the air again. A slight heart-tugging anticipation. It’s spring break here. Kinda. Officially so for the… Continue Reading

Tween Time & The New Year

Tween Time & The New Year

Sssshhh! Can you hear it? Can you feel it? Or, is it just me? This year more than ever, I’m in touch with a stillness this post-Christmas/pre-New Years week. I’ve named it the “Tween Time.” There’s a hush in the air that feels sacred, calming, and also hints of the newness to come. For me,… Continue Reading

Lessons in Culture, Community and Love: Our International Visitors

Lessons in Culture, Community and Love: Our International Visitors

Growing up, our family was the go-to hosts for our faith community’s visiting speakers. Often the guests were international. Many years have passed—three decades—since I hosted international visitors, the last time being in my 20s while I lived in Atlanta. I had forgotten how enriching the experience. My Nashville-based Persian friend, Massood Taj, has represented painter Suha Khalil,… Continue Reading