Sunday, November 21, 2010

I Am Grateful for...

...Faith and Hope

and the Eternal Source for both. I am grateful for Psalms and scripture and the turning of the year marked by holidays and ritual. I am grateful for my extraordinary faith community and the rabbis who guide us. I am grateful for sacred music, candle light and prayer. And always, I am grateful for answered prayer and the One who responds to the cries of my heart. 


8 comments:

accidental carer said...

This makes me realise how much I am grateful for too and hardly take the time to think about it. I had a wonderful time with Sheilagh at our retreat and she showed me all the pictures from her trip. Thank you so much for my lovely gift and how kind of you to think about me in your busy life. She and I will be coming over if all goes to plan March 2012 ( it will soon be here the way the time flies) and it would be lovely for me to meet you too.
I have a day off to recover from the weekend and to pack away all my new purchases!! We have such a good time but have decided that a week a month would be just about right for us to be able to catch up with everything!!
So glad you had chance to meet her and Ralph and to know who it is I am blogging about.
Take care and once again thank you for my gift which will take pride of place in my lounge.xx

Sharon said...

I am sad for all those who DON'T know the peace found in being grateful for all those things you mentioned. My prayer is that this will be the season they find they peace! Thanks for my Monday morning gratitude reminder! Hope you have a great week!

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Faith and Hope have to be at the top of my Thankful list too. Where would we be without them. I hope your Monday is a wonderful one!

Amrita said...

This is beautiful

LDH said...

Heartfelt post! I am thankful for those things too.

Sheilagh said...

So beautiful, touching heart and soul, thank you Carol xx

Cape Cod Kitty said...

Beautiful! Thank you for touching my soul today and for the nudge to mindfulness to help me soar over some challenges.

Chatty Crone said...

Faith gives us hope - and hope keeps is having faith.

Love,
sandie