This Sacred Life

Where Spirit and Matter Connect through Weaving, Art & Poetry

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    • Mary Porter Kerns

      Ah Amanda, yes that is the question! For me it was a seashell one day, an acorn another day. But those are just symbols for what she is really offering- which at the moment I can only describe as the gift of myself, my natural self, my true self, my spirit.

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  1. ednamariethomas

    The gifts we offer on another
    May not be held in our hands
    But in our hearts
    Our arms opening in an embrace
    Our ears hearing what is not spoken
    Our mouths whispering an encouraging word

    This is what I feel in your beautiful offerings.

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