A Contemplation of Fall

Fall is winding down as we move toward winter in the high desert of Sedona, Arizona. Seeing these leaves that have been bright yellow and drop to the ground one-by-one reminds me of the book “Freddie the Leaf” by my friend Leo Buscaglia. This story is about the seasons as experience by Freddie the leaf, about the […]

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Arizona Monsoons

Monsoons – the time of summer when all desert beings are nourished.  The moisture comes in the form of mists to downpours, a metaphoric illustration of how Grace is present for us all . When I first visited Arizona, I would see signs “Do not cross when flooded.”  That seemed humorous when I could still […]

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