Tag Archives: healing
And the Truth shall set you free.~John 8:32
A hole in the heart of a tree. But it healed, it grew around the wound and it made somethingunique and beautiful from what remained. Inspiring just to gaze on it.
A winter gift, Witch Hazel blossoms scent the yard with a sweet, healing aroma. I had to bring some inside and arrange in this unique vase sent to me by my cousin for Christmas. Witch Hazel Hamamelis virginiana Deciduous large … Continue reading
A miraculous event unfolds when we throw the lead of our personal story into the transformative flames of creativity. Our hardship is transmuted into something golden. With that gold we heal ourselves and redeem the world. ~Mirabai Starr
Peace is here amongst the trees, oxygen provides your needs. Breathe in, breathe out, stand still, don’t shout Beauty’s touch is all you feel, where healing miracles are real. ©2014 Sharron R. McMillan
I send out love to my world healing for those we have wronged, peace for those who know only war and hate, strength for those who are weak and restitution for those who have lost all they valued. Lord help … Continue reading
Coastal Reindeer Lichen. Cladonia portentosa ssp,pacifica. There are thousands of species of lichen and they are at home in the canopies of our temperate rain forests. The perfect examples of cooperation, lichen are composed of algae and fungi that work … Continue reading
The magnificent thing about being torn apart is that eventually I come to the place where I have the strength and desire to piece myself back together. The process of healing, closing the wounds and forming a patch work of … Continue reading
Spruce (White) Picea glauca Spruce needles produce a pungent odor when bruised and are deer proof. I guess that is why two trees have survived since 1996 when my friend dug up little seedlings from Saskatchewan and brought them to … Continue reading
Tears carry healing to where it hurts. Let it flow.
So many wounds, Oh God, inflicted on your children by your children. How can we be healed. Who will heal us, if not you if not each other. ©1992 Sharron R. McMillan