Throughout the Whole Wide Earth

Day 246  September 5, 2013

“You will need a heart rather than a map in your journey to the right path.” ― Louise Philippe Dulay

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Close-up of Beading on my Dance Shawl

I made this dance shawl to wear at pow wows and other native ceremonies.  It symbolizes the four directions of the Medicine Wheel with God sending His light and love to all of creation.


“Use a sewing machine or a needle and thread.  If you’ve sewn before, try a new technique.  If you’ve never sewn before, don’t be daunted…”  -from 365 A Daily Creativity Journal by Noah Scalin

“If you lose direction, go to a higher ground.” ― Toba Beta

IN CHRIST THERE IS NO EAST OR WEST, by John Oxenham  1852-1941

In Christ there is no East or West,
In Him no South or North;
But one great fellowship of love
Throughout the whole wide earth.

In Him shall true hearts everywhere
Their high communion find;
His service is the golden cord,
Close binding humankind.

Join hands, then, members of the faith,
Whatever your race may be!
Who serves my Father as His child
Is surely kin to me.

In Christ now meet both East and West,
In Him meet North and South;
All Christly souls are one in Him
Throughout the whole wide earth.

About 365MissionalPractice

Love God, Love Christ, Love Others. I am passionate about creating Missional Relationships that encourage disciples to personify Christ's message. As a minister in a Community of Christ congregation in Virginia I am learning everyday what it means to be vulnerable, to risk, to experiment, to share in a world that needs the redemptive healing of Christ. View all posts by 365MissionalPractice

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