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Being In The World

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Who has seen the wind?

Neither I nor you:

But when the leaves hang trembling,

The wind is passing through.

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Who has seen the wind?

Neither you nor I:

But when the trees bow down their heads,

The wind is passing by.

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Images above (and on front-page mastheads) by Ann Fontaine. Top: “Jesus Is The Boat – a place of safety even in the storm.” Middle (and on front-page mastheads): “Hunger for Fall in Wyoming and Cambridge MA.” Bottom: “A meditation on migration.”

Words above: “Who Has Seen the Wind?” By Christina Rossetti.

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Elizabeth Kaeton

A stunningly beautiful visual meditation. Thanks, Ann.

Ann Fontaine

These were all painted in Jan Tarr’s Painting and Meditation class at the Center for Contemplative Prayer in Manzanita – Jan gives us a passage and we meditate – after that we get up and paint whatever.

Thanks to Jan and Lola (who keeps the center going) for their support.

Ann Fontaine

Thanks C. Robin Janning —

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