Weaving with words

A weaver of words

I am a weaver of words and threads
This is my legacy
Weaving myself into Being
And through this weaving
Learning to embrace with joy
The eternal goodness kindness
And giving-ness
That I AM

 

The writing of:  And May It Be Well With Your Soul

 

This book came out of the Silence, the quiet, empty space within, which we can all access.  Truth be told, I only  found this place through suffering, when in great despair and desperation I just let go… and found myself falling… into a new sustaining awareness.  In this space of total surrender it is possible to access the indwelling wisdom of Universal Spirit that is our intuitive guide.

When my daughter’s life hung in the balance,  once again I fell and was lifted up by something greater and more powerful than myself.

This book describes how I found and lived from the balance point between turmoil and peace,  separation and unity, fear and faith.  And how I came to understand and accept my true purpose as being of service…

The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.
Mahatma Gandhi

Contained in the words that flow from entering the Silence is the key to releasing the beliefs and behaviours of my conditioned self.  I am always deepened by what makes itself known to me on the page.  I know that the ideas revealed through the flow will help me change my thinking and improve my life.  Sometimes these stories need to be repeated in different ways before they lose their potency and finally let me go…let me grow…

And May It Be Well With Your Soul – available in paperback on Amazon (illustrated)
and in Kindle

 

Contribution to: The Gifts of Parting
Prose & Poetry on the Seam of Death & Dying
Compiled by Penny Barham

When Penny invited me to contribute to this book I had already met death while caring for my father in his last days, and unexpectedly been renewed by the painful encounter.

…caring for him finally there were no dark hidden places
As bit by bit the Light illumined everything
And being fully who he was I embraced him and loved him fully…

In The Gifts of Parting I share the experience of my father’s departure from this world – the last entry in the diary I wrote everyday from his diagnosis to his death.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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