Something for Myself

Something for Myself

If you’re following me on social media or reading my blog, you will know by now that I have been enjoying reading Beth Kempton’s book, Wabi Sabi: Japanese Wisdom for a Perfectly Imperfect Life. There is so much within this book which sang to me, creating a strong...
I Am Home

I Am Home

Photo by Elisabeth Misner at Texas Safari Ranch I am sitting here in my little red pickup truck looking across a small field at three longhorns with a calf and wondering if I’m looking at them, or are they looking at me? There can be no question that our eyes are...
Mood Disorder Diagnosis

Mood Disorder Diagnosis

Upon hearing the words in 2009 from Dr. Darmal, a psychiatrist at the Amen Clinics, that would change my relationship with myself, I was stunned, shocked, and mostly mortified.  “You have a low-level mood disorder and extreme ADD,” he said.  After 45 years of...
I Love Jesus

I Love Jesus

Reverend Beth As a being who understands I am entirely a small piece of the mighty power that burst into the material universe—the I Am—I very much enjoy worshiping and praising the Almighty God. When I worship, I experience an enormous flow of love for God, and at...
Stay Slow

Stay Slow

I have been reading and enjoying Beth Kempton’s book, Wabi Sabi: Japanese Wisdom for a Perfectly Imperfect Life. I have so many take aways from this book that I plan to start a reading circle to read and discuss it in community.  As my heart opens to receive the...