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Sunday, August 31, 2008

Something beautiful......

This brand new, soon to be released (available September 8th), 2009 wall calendar is the companion to the book, "Seven Sacred Pauses-Living Mindfully Through the Hours of the Day" by Macrina Weiderkehr. The photos for this calendar are by Macrina. The wall calendar also features quotes from her beautiful book.*

Calendars may be ordered from the address below, and are only $10.00!

I am pasting the message I received from Macrina here too, along with the address.

----- Original Message -----
From: Macrina Wiederkehr
Sent: Sunday, August 31, 2008 12:37 PM
Subject: Fw: Macrina's 2009 calendar

Hello from Macrina
I wanted you to know about our 2009 calendar in case you would like to get some for Christmas gifts.
Use the person and the address below for ordering. I am very pleased with it.

Thanks also for the poem [ I had sent her a link to Youtube, where the late John O'Donohue was reading one of his blessings]...even though I knew and have heard him reading it, it's always new.
I could listen to him reading the telephone directory. I am at the lake writing...every now and then I pop over to Indigo Pears and am always startled with delight.


Mayan Meyerriecks
Director of Communications
St. Scholastica Monastery
Benedictine Sisters
1301 South Albert Pike
Post Office Box 3489
Fort Smith, AR 72913-3489
(479) 783-4147 Ext. 34

* Macrina's book has been awarded "Best Spiritual Books of 2008" by "Spirituality and Practice".


A bird in the hand said...

I agree with you about John O'Dononue.

And if more people lived mindfully, what a better place the world would be!

Hope you're enjoying the long weekend. Cheers, Colette

Gemma said...

I have been interested in that book since you first wrote about it. The idea of sacred pausing during the day seems so lovely. Probably something I need to do to be mindful of all the blessings we have.
Hope you enjoyed your weekend.

Sioux said...

Hi, Lila, just stopping in to say hello!

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