By Glenda | June 9, 2011

Ceremony for Unity, Indigenous Peoples

The following message from Sheila Collins in Pittsburg invites us all to join in a prayer ceremony for unity among the peoples of the earth, indigenous peoples and those of us who have forgotten our indigenous roots, a ceremony to be held this Sunday, June 12, 2-4 pm EST, at the confluence of three rivers […]

By Glenda | April 11, 2011

Morning prayers

Rising sun and a gentle breeze, a yellow and bronze dew-kissed iris, Celtic, the rustle of new green, soft, in sturdy oaks, scent of honeysuckle from the laden fence, a night-fallen carpet of rose petals, red, that only cat’s feet can tread gingerly enough, scatter of bird sounds, a double handful of plump strawberries ripe […]

By Glenda | March 11, 2011

Love’s Calm

Dag Hammarskjold, Secretary General of the UN in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s, kept a journal, published posthumously as Markings. He was faced, personally and professionally, with so many calamities that I looked this morning at his published words for comfort and courage, prayerful as I am after the news of last night’s earthquake […]

By Glenda | February 5, 2009

President Obama Speaks at National Prayer Breakfast

Remarks of President Barack Obama National Prayer Breakfast Thursday, February 5th, 2009 Washington, DC Good morning. I want to thank the Co-Chairs of this breakfast, Representatives Heath Shuler and Vernon Ehlers. I’d also like to thank Tony Blair for coming today, as well as our Vice President, Joe Biden, members of my Cabinet, members of […]

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