Angie

Sociologist. Artist. Seeker. Heart attack survivor.

What is your word?

Well, I don’t know about you, but my 2022 is off to a rough start. More…a slow start. I was sick (but negative COVID test) and spent three straight days on the couch watching Harry Potter movies. (I didn’t say the year was off to a BAD start per se…) My word for the year …

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Gratitude Trees

What are you grateful for? Sometimes you just need to step back and think about all the things in life for which you are grateful. A regular practice of gratitude can help shift your perspective towards the good that is in your life. This can be especially useful, since as humans we do have a …

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Soul Portraits

Who are you? Who are you? I mean the real you, beneath the socialization, the enculturation, the expectations, the labels. What does your soul look like? Activity In this activity, you will engage in a meditative art project. The goal is to find and depict your inner, most truest self. You may use any medium …

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Light and Solitude

“And in the morning, rising up a great while before day, he went out, and departed into a solitary place, and there prayed.” (Mark 1:35) You know that time of day when the sun is just getting ready to rise, and the reds and oranges fill the sky, giving a golden cast onto everything around …

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The Voice of God in a Great Storm

Today is Trinity Sunday; the day in the Western Christian calendar where we celebrate the three “persons” of God. Traditionally these are referred to as Father, Son, and Spirit (but I’d love to play around sometime with non-traditional representations of the Trinity). I have mentioned before the not-so-tongue-in-cheek descriptions of Trinity as “two White dudes …

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They open their throats as wide as Sheol

This painting is by a follower of Hieronymus Bosch, and anyone who is familiar with Bosch’s work will immediately recognize the very…Boschesque…subject matter and style. The subject is the Irish knight Tundale’s vision of a trip through heaven and hell and depicts the souls of the damned, tormented because of the sins that they committed in the Earth.

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