Tuesday, May 05, 2009

Expressions Of Wonder




"When did we first try to express our sense of wonder?"


I don't know, it has been a while now.


"What brand and variety of Faith or belief System was it?"

I don't think that there were any Franchises established yet.

It was just between Us and the The Source.





IMAGE is the united Talent and Generosity of Jon Sullivan, PDPhoto.org

8 comments:

Calli said...

Oh, this is just wonderful! and as it should be, between US and The Source.

Excellent post, John-Michael!

thank you!
~Calli

lime said...

i agree, it is WONDERful. ;)

Cori Lynn Berg said...

Spending time alone with The Source, it's hard in this day and time, isn't it? It takes practice and perseverance. We are blessed to have writing and the arts as a medium for the divine...

Suza said...

Once again, a picture is worth a thousand words.

citizen of the world said...

I love cave/wall paintings.

Annette said...

That's what I love about people, we all have our own source and every source is we go to is so very interesting to me, I just soak in culture and sources. We all need to take time for this...
Hugs~
Annette

Annette said...

* mistyped...
suppose to be, "and what ever source we go to is very interesting to me" not whats on the first comment. Hugs always
Annette

John-Michael said...

My Dearest Callie, Lime, Corrie-Lynn, Suza, Citizen Friend, and Annette, I am so grateful for your lovely thoughts and considerations.

I chose to not respond in my usual manner ... because I feel that whatever You are hearing from your own, individual Inner Voice, is of far more merit and worth than anything that my words might provide. I hope that this post provides a moment of inner reflections that lifts and encourages your walk today.

Simply because ... I do, truly, Love You ...

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