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Image as Insight: Winds of Grace September 27, 2010

Posted by Timothy in Image as Insight.
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I made an overnight trip to Duluth, Minnesota in early August to see the eight tall ships that had sailed into the harbor as part of a summer tour of the Great Lakes. A ship is one of those archetypal images that touch us at a deep level, evoking both our vulnerability to the elements and our ability to fashion vessels (of many types) that transcend our limitations. I was especially taken with this one’s red sails.

The winds of grace are always blowing,
it is you who must raise your sails.

─ Rabindranath Tagore

Photo: Baya Clare

Image as Insight: Everyone is a Traveler September 13, 2010

Posted by Timothy in Image as Insight, poem and prayer.
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Editor’s note: Baya Clare travels a lot and we are blessed that she brings her camera and eye for sacred beauty with her.

Everyone is a traveler.
Most all need lodging, food, and clothes.
I let enter my mouth what will enrich me.
I wear what will make my eye content.
I sleep where I will wake with the strength
to deeply love all my mind can hold.


What is God’s will for a wing?
Every bird knows that.

St. Teresa of Avila

Image: Taken at sunset in Kansas City, Missouri on September 8, 2010 by Baya Clare



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