It’s not that it’s such a big deal that two small communities should try to work together and share resources and energy. Or maybe it shouldn’t be such a big deal but it is.
Today I met with representatives from another congregation from a very different tradition. It was lovely to dream just a little and to work at what the boundaries might be that would keep us good neighbors and maybe make us a lot better neighbors, not only to each other but to our larger community.
We each harbor sweet dreams of Peace. Today, we harbored them together. That was pretty great.
Let’s find more people to do that with, shall we? Peace. Sweet Peace. We need to find you.
I see a new Moon arising — and no, it’s not trouble I see on its way, it’s Hope.
It was so fun to be dancing around with my friend/colleague/co-conspirator yesterday after we finished the grant application.
I’m not sure that everyone appreciated it, but oh, well.
It wasn’t just the doing of the application… the plowing through, finishing it up. Although that was wonderful.
It’s not often you get to take a task from awareness to completion in less that 48 hours! Zoom.
It was the recognizing what we’d done and what we’d set up to continue doing that was grand. And then we received a letter that confirmed that what we thought we were doing, people who were using the money we raised ALSO thought we were doing. That was a great joy.
And a great encouragement to keep going. So. would you like to help feed hungry kids? Go to Love Flows and donate. $10 a month feeds two kids. Amazing, eh? You can change two kids lives for $10 a month. Right here in River City. Want to start your own program doing something anything to help? It will make a difference.
It will build Peace. And that’s what we’re here to do. Make a difference. Build Peace. And Celebrate when something works! Yahoo!