The Holy Work   2 comments

Holy work is what counts. — kenne


IMG_0397To the Browns Twenty-five Mesa

He presented to us
a bag of brown beans.
The work of growing food
begins with irrigating the fields,
he said,
then planting seeds…
more irrigation
and finally harvesting.

It is holy work,
like teachers and the holy men do,
the growing of food.
It Is something sacred.
Work and joy together.

Note:  Linda Brown blogs at  Tom and I visited her and Terry, her husband, during our trip to Colorado.

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Posted March 12, 2018 by kenneturner in Information

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  1. Amen! And I too see the sacred in the everyday, ordinary, and Jesus did too. A woman who lost a coin. A shepherd and his sheep. An old woman who gives her last two cents. An army sergeant with a sick daughter. A celebration at a wedding. I’m glad that God is with us not just in the big things, but in the small yet important things of life. Have a great day, Kenne!


  2. What an absolutely fantastic photo. I always admire those who farm our land.


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