a poem by Sherah-Leigh Gerber Would I have noticed the sky this morning if I hadn't been dashing out with the trash canĀ  between frying eggs and packing backpacks? Would I have noticed how black turns to gentle grey; how soft pink creeps in and bleeds to orange if I had not been lying awake … Continue reading “Notice”

Everyday Holiness

--Written by Gwen Lantz I've been once again struck by the intersection of holiness and everyday life. It seems to me that the world around us is chock-full of this intersection. Recently a beautiful snow coated the Shenandoah Valley. This is a rather ordinary event in everyday life, yet is so full of beauty that … Continue reading Everyday Holiness