Easter Sunday

On Easter Sunday when a man in Louisville was planning a mass murder, I was taking a walk in Brooklyn and saw two things in nature that were as symbolic as the day itself. One was the timeless Cross, the other was something we knew in the 1960s as Flower Power. That delicate pink petals could light up a lamp was as astonishing as a cross branching out into a tree. Yet they did. And see how the yellow-green buds are lunging towards it. On Easter Sunday.

I read about this sort of thing in https://thecomingone.org/ And I hear about it in the weekly Meditations for the Soul at http://atreeoflight.org/

About Nancy Wait

Nancy Wait is an artist and a memoir writer, "The Nancy Who Drew, the Memoir That Solved a Mystery," and a former actress (stage, film and TV) in the UK under the name Nancie Wait. She hosted blog talk radio shows "Art and Ascension" and "Inspirational Storytellers." Her current project is a second memoir, "The Nancy Who Drew the Way Home," due out in 2023.
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3 Responses to Easter Sunday

  1. What wonderful images, as seen only through the eyes of a true artist.

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