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“May you catch a glimpse of the God who hung stars in the sky”
Here’s my new mid-week round-up of others’ holy labor. Let me know what you like:
A blessing for the September mother from Rebecca Smyth.
Recently finished Enchantment: Awakening Wonder in an Anxious Age by. I’m intrigued by her efforts towards a secular language of spirituality—and anything inviting us to process the pandemic era.
If you love Robert McCloskey’s children’s books, this lovely piece on the real Sal and her father’s artwork is for you: One Morning in Maine, 225 People Went to the Library.
Just for laughs: “If The Princess Bride Characters Were Churches.”
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