"Once we clearly acknowledge the soul, we can learn to hear it's cries. - Dallas Willard, Renovation Of The Heart."

It takes courage to pursue our dreams. It takes time and patience to unearth buried treasure. But I believe with all my heart that we must do both.

7.13.2014

bits of journaling...






7 comments:

thekathrynwheel said...

Just beautiful Mary. Love your style ... always did!

Debi Minter said...

This really touched my heart today... I'm SO glad I came by to visit you!!!
HuGGs!
Debi

Hindsfeet said...

"what do I do in the waiting"....how I can relate, Mary.....

Just read a poem by Rumi today, one line of which said "it is agony to be still".....

still true, 900 years later.....

I can also relate to "not being seen", to feeling so painfully invisible.....may I never make anyone feel that way.......Jesus always saw people unaccustomed to being seen....so many around us that need to be seen......important to be "aquainted with this grief"

so much love, Mary....you are not walking alone......glad to know I'm not either...

much love,
Liz

laurel said...

Yeah, the not being seen hits a cord for me too. I don't know how those who don't accept love and healing from God make it through life. At least not with missing the magnitude of love and acceptance that is given to us.

You know I love your pages too. ;-)

Sarah Anderson said...

fabulous pages, very honest and gorgeous too

katooshie said...

What do you use for your black writing? I love the look of your lettering! :)

Mary said...

katooshi, you asked about my black pens. i tried to reply to the email but it said no-reply blogger, so i am answering here in the hopes you see it. :)

my favorite pen to write/journal with is a uni-ball signo 207. it comes in a micro, med., and bold point.

i also use one called fudeball

i also use faber-castell pitt artist pen big brush

sharpie poster paint pens

posca markers

and love the solid marker (slim) by Sakura.

i also uses regular ballpoint pens and regular pencils to write and scribble.

:)