Giving thanks.

Here is my pictorial thanksgiving to a God who blesses, a God of compassion, My Provider, my Love and the giver of Life. I started doodling this almost a week ago. Focusing on giving thanks and experiencing my heart feeling lighter, I was drawn to Matthew 14:13 – 21. Here Matthew records the interaction betweenContinue reading “Giving thanks.”

Selah Art: A contemplative coloring book “re-experienced”

Here are some of the colored art works from different artists of different age groups Hannah, age 12 from Wales UK ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Nadira, age 8 from Texas, USA ___________________________________________________________________________________________   Aradhya,age 5. Houston TX But this 5-year-old didn’t stop with just coloring. Here is her own doodle/meditative picture on ‘God’s creation’ ___________________________________________________________________________________________   Jamie, ageContinue reading “Selah Art: A contemplative coloring book “re-experienced””

compassion

(click on the picture to see it enlarged) Pondering over “compassion”. The mighty things one can do with a heart of compassion. This piece was birthed out of readings of Mark chapter 8 (The Bible). It is said that Jesus was teaching a crowd and then when it was time to eat his disciples asked JesusContinue reading “compassion”

Love is…

So, no matter what I say, what I believe, and what I do, I’m bankrupt without love. Love never gives up. Love cares more for others than for self. Love doesn’t want what it doesn’t have. Love doesn’t strut, Doesn’t have a swelled head, Doesn’t force itself on others, Isn’t always “me first,” Doesn’t flyContinue reading “Love is…”

an estuary

An estuary is the place where the river meets the sea. Here the sea water is made fresh. There is an abundance of different varieties of fish and vegetation. I wonder what life would look like if we came together with our differences some from the fresh waters and some from the salt waters. TakenContinue reading “an estuary”