Tag Archives: Sunset

A spirituality of fierce landscapes

The Lord is king! Let the earth rejoice; let the many coastlands be glad! Clouds and thick darkness are all around him; righteousness and justice are the foundation of his throne. (Psalm 97:1-2) Which is mountain? And which is cloud? … Continue reading

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Seeing Jesus

Jesus says, “the person who sees me and believes will be raised up” (John 6:40).  If I polled the assembly gathered here this morning and asked you to raise your hand if you ‘believed in Jesus (or God)’, my guess … Continue reading

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Sunset twin

A reflection catches my eye. Only through the lens of self awareness do I see what a horizon line differentiates and clarifies: that both/and form the whole. I am complete in the tension between opposing forces of good and bad … Continue reading

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End of day, hope of new

Okay, it goes without saying — I love sunsets. This one was taken at Andrew Haydon Park in Ottawa one day last week. And here’s the question for contemplation: What ‘sacred cow’ in your own life (a belief, point of … Continue reading

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Sunset and Sunrise of the Church

Today I took this photo during sunset at Andrew Haydon Park, Ottawa. I guess you can’t tell from the photo whether it’s a sunset or sunrise. Unless you know the spot personally. A sunset and sunrise stand as good metaphors … Continue reading

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Is it the end of the church as we know it?

I took this photo today looking west over the Madawaska River in Arnprior, Ontario. The steeple above the tree line belongs to Saint John Chrysostom Catholic Parish. After spending several days at a Lutheran (ELCIC) church-wide meeting, I’m beginning to … Continue reading

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Sunset Clouds

On the longest day of the year off Petawawa Point

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