I enjoyed ‘Blogging the Spirit’ as a way for me to separate out my interest in comparative religion from the classic literature I read. As in the past, on the last Sunday of the month I will post something that has caught my religious or spiritual eye during the month either a book, an article, a program, a film or an item on social media. I am reviving it, but without any special fanfare this time 🙂
And as before, anyone is free to post links to similar topics in the comment section of each post. Some ideas:
Books, Art, Photography, Music, Poetry, Liturgy, Creativity
Some suggestions: a book review, a personal post on a particular practice, share a photo or piece of art. Is there a word or phrase or passage from your liturgy or spiritual books that you find beautiful? Does a particular melody or a song connect you to God every time you hear it?
If you use #bloggingthespirit I’ll Tweet and Instagram your link.
My Previous Posts
I Don’t have a Name for God…Why I Call Myself a Pagan
Soul of Earth
Are We Worthy?
James Weldon Johnson, The Creation
ee cummings, “I thank You God for most this amazing day…”
Ceremonials of Common Days
When Others’ Words are Sacred