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A Simple Prayer for All of Us

A Simple Prayer for All of Us

photo © ASMcClain

One last post from the Thanksgiving Tree,

before we move full swing into the

end of year holiday celebrations……

a loving expression from a recent

former international refugee,

now proud U.S. citizen.

 

 

May we all be blessed with

peace, health & abundant love

in the the coming year.

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Celebrate What’s Next!

  Shema Group -- big heart & soul friends

L.L.’s birthday……L.P.1

A gathering to eat together,

Listen, Laugh, Bless Our Friend

          With Hearts Full of Love,

                         Listening  to A Soul’s Journey.

                  

  Gifts of  Beads to Remember This Day.

 

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The Cheerful Guardian

The Cheerful Guardian.

 

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The Cheerful Guardian

The Cheerful Guardian

(photo © ASMcClain)

Weathered by years, standing 12 feet tall
The Guardian makes us smile
A sign of good cheer, with doll-like cheeks
We can celebrate a little, like children
And for a moment, forget that we are adults.

 

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Among the Shadows

     Among the Shadows  (photo ©ASMcClain).

Walking around the NuLu area of Louisville one sunny Saturday in November, this statue peeked out   amongst greenery behind an iron gate at an antique dealer’s shop on Market Street. It was as if he was waiting there to deliver a message…..

 

 

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Among the Shadows ©ASMcClain

Among the Shadows   ©ASMcClain

Walking around the NuLu area of Louisville one sunny Saturday in November, this statue peeked out amongst greenery behind an iron gate at an antique dealer’s shop on Market Street. It was as if he was waiting there to deliver a message…..

 

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Thanksgiving Tree 2012

Our hospital Music Therapy department and Pastoral Care team joined together to create a Thanksgiving experience for staff and patients.  A professional cellist offered deep resonate tones of music through the main entrance hall for an hour two days before Thanksgiving, while the scent of cinnamon, lemon, ginger and honey filled the air. After the musical event, the Thanksgiving Tree was moved to a special table outside the Chapel. Branches and die-cut leaves gave people the opportunity to create a Thanksgiving Tree filled with their intentions. By Thanksgiving day, the branches were covered with expressions of gratitude, prayers, memories, anticipation.

 

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