Friday, September 28, 2012

Haiku My Heart


Prayers for the journey
It continues everyday
Providence the guide

~~~^j^~~~

Thanks be to God

Cathy

I've been so busy this week that I forgot Share the Joy Thursday and nearly forgot today Haiku My Heart.  Tomorrow begins the women's Christ Renews His Parish weekend at church and I would ask for your prayers for its success.  I will give my witness and though I trust i the Providence of God, I would be silly if I did not ask for your prayers as well.  So to you all, I say, "Thanks!"


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10 comments:

  1. ...and the journey does continue to need the daily prayers, for sure!

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  2. Beautiful photo for this haiku, a doorway into this journey, blessings for your retreat and all that it holds for you!

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  3. dear cathy,
    i too have been away from the computer. so many wheels turning as we somersault into fall. the garden is winding down and with it harvesting and preserving the fruits of summer. may your weekend retreat truly renew all hearts and remind us that no matter the season, tasks at hand, busy schedules of daily life we can still choose to live life fully on step at a time.
    thanks for being here and sharing your heart.

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  4. The journey does continue and prayers and guidance are so valuable--nice little capture.

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  5. Prayers for the journey, very much needed indeed!

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  6. Thank you. That Haiku is a blessing unto each and every one of us.

    Peace

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  7. 'providence the guide' lovely line of wonderful haiku and love your creative art work ~ (A Creative Harbor)

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  8. Praying for you and for a successful weekend.

    God bless.

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  9. You have the best of guides!

    I’m late making the rounds from Haiku My Heart Friday. Apologies!

    Words to the Wise

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