‘May I ask what your faith tradition is? I find you so refreshing and humble and that has to come from a deep understanding of who you are as a reflection of the Creator and the “oneing” ( Julian of Norwich) of all with that same creator. You are so generous with who you are and what you do!! That can only come from God.
Every time I read something from you or see you in action I think of the line from the diner in When Harry Met Sally that the woman in the diner spoke about Meg Ryan- “ I want what she’s having!” ‘ (ECamp lifer, Lynn Hogan)










‘In this high place

it is as simply as this,

Leave everything you know


Step toward the cold surface,

say the old prayer of rough love

and open both arms.

Those who come with empty hands

will stare into the late


there, in the cold light

reflecting pure snow,

the true shape of your face.’

David Whyte, ‘Tilicho Lake’

‘There is a truth that lives within us that will be with us forever’ 2John 2

This is my faith.

This inner truth.

I’ve mined it.

unbeknownst to conscious self at times~

mined, nonetheless.

I’ve seen it reflected in the eyes of those who’ve come

empty handed

to my arms open wide.


I’ve found who I am reflected

in the mirror of others faces.

I arrive at today Me.



This is faith.


in love.