My friend John is a gentle human. Beneath his calm serenity, however, lies a fierce protector of the land and… Read more He Shall Feed His Flock
I’m driving along a narrow, circuitous, leaf-covered, mountainous road that leads to and from what must surely be one of… Read more 365 Grateful: Connection. Community. Service.
In my dream I sit patiently as someone – a woman with a deft, artistic touch – paints my face… Read more 365 Grateful: Permission To Rise
My neighbor’s trees dress up for autumn in a quartet of colors. I believe the green of the conifer must… Read more 365 Grateful: For Common Beauty
A few weeks ago I came upon a scene that left me baffled, yet mighty curious. There went a young… Read more 365 Grateful: Shuffle. Scoop. Breathe.
They say a picture’s worth a thousand words. I believe that’s true. Why, just yesterday, I came home from work, stopped… Read more This is why I give …
It’s funny, you know, the things that claim a permanent spot in your memory. Not the sort that surfaces once… Read more 365 Grateful: Summer Nights, Green Beans, and the Reds on Radio
Grateful, today, for the life of my sister-in-law Becky Sheline Johnston’s mother Beverly, whose life was celebrated in memorium on… Read more 365 Grateful: Yeah? Watch Me
A couple of weeks ago, after a long, tumultuous, overnight rain, I struck out early for work, driving down the… Read more 365 Grateful: Ruts
Earlier this month, I attended the Art of Hosting’s Turtle Island (North America) Practitioner’s Gathering in Columbus, Ohio. It was… Read more 365 Grateful: listen. Listen. Then Do.