Humanity in pink

The Women’s March took place today on the west side of Central Park in New York City. There were so many pink hats I couldn’t see anything else! Today’s march was an incredible demonstration of solidarity and unity. This outpouring prompted me to draw a continuous line of pink representing the respect and unity that […]

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For Those Who Have Far To Travel

angels everywhere /Michele Bedigian

For Those Who Have Far to Travel • An Epiphany Blessing • If you could see the journey whole you might never undertake it; might never dare the first step that propels you from the place you have known toward the place you know not. Call it one of the mercies of the road: that we see it only by stages as it opens before us, as it comes into our keeping […]

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Gratitude

One of the things that impresses me so much about Bali is the culture of gratitude that prevails. Every day, offerings are made to the gods – rice, flowers, little pieces of palm – in gratitude for everything in life. From the small to the large, it’s so easy to forget about being grateful for […]

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Holy

With the renovation of St. Patrick’s cathedral complete (or close to complete) and the Pope being in town I was reminded of a few drawings I made inside the cathedral. Here is a page of studies from inside the Neo-gothic cathedral. Greg Betza ©2015

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Lotus Temple

Back to my Earth Calendar. Today is a special day for the people of the Baha’i faith. The mission of the Baha’i is is to spiritually unify all the people and all religions of the world. Although painfully idealistic,that’s something I truly believe in myself! The temples of the Baha’i are really something. The most […]

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