A Bargain & A Wheat Field

We had a great weekend in the Promised Land (Texas to the rest of ya’ll) and now I’m sitting in a Houston airport waiting to board my flight back to the mission field of Tennessee. Whilst eating a breakfast burrito from Pappasito’s, of course.

While I fly this morning…

Go read the beautiful poetry of my friend Ann. She has such a knack for putting into words what the rest of us feel and think…or wish we felt and thought. She writes:

So that’s my answer to time.

Time is a relentless river. It rages on, a respecter of no one. And this, this is the only way to slow time: When I fully enter time’s swift current, enter into the current moment with the weight of all my attention, I slow the torrent with the weight of me all here. I can slow the torrent by being all here. I only live the full life when I live fully in the moment.

And when I’m always looking for the next glimpse of glory, I slow and enter. And time slows. Weigh down this moment in time with attention full, and the whole of time’s river slows, slows, slows.

The bubble in my hand quavers, a rainbow at fringes.

Read the rest at aholyexperience.com. Read it all the way to the end and watch the video shot in Ann’s wheat field.

Then, get on over to SouthernSavers.com where Jenny is offering a 50% discount on Third World Symphony CDs and giving you the opportunity to give $1 of your purchase to Compassion International.

Thank you!