‘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)
There were so many words rolling through my mind in answer to this.
I contemplated it, rewrote it in my thoughts a half a dozen times
composed paragraphs and chapters
before realizing what really needed to happen.
And this too could be redone a thousand different ways, but this is how I answer today, and share~
‘God cannot do for us what He cannot do through us’
And a smattering of images. (heavy on the images…what can I say 🙂 )
This is my faith.
Not what I’ve created:
but what I get to create
because I leaned into what my gut sought after
the desire that could not be ignored
the song that made my heart sing.
And discovered who is doing the singing.
And to what tune it is played~
I’ve always resisted labels;
They are so restricting.
If there must be one though, then label me Christian
But don’t stop there-
With your own interpretation
With the world’s definition
With religion’s platform.
Come to know me-
And the world I get to live in
And the faith that’s given me the way~
Not for me.
Not for God.
Hands and feet.
In this time and place.