Sunday, January 29, 2012

Some of the words and spaces between the words of the 'Lords Prayer' sent in a thanksgiving meditation. An intention for us to live our best and fullest lives in joy and to share that joy
in service of those in need.

Linked to:
Inspiration avenue for hand-lettering
and
recuerda mi corazon Postcards from paradise

21 comments:

  1. Lovely sketch Gemma.
    'An intention for us to live our best and fullest lives in joy and to share that joy
    in service of those in need.'
    Beautiful words too. Love ♥

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  2. just beautiful - in every sense...

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  3. I like that intention too. Beautiful and meaningful cross!

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  4. Awesome ~ the sketch and the message. ^_^ ~ namaste,carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  5. And now we can add Rebecca's words, to live in HOPE. Lovely sketch. smiles: sharon

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  6. I love this idea Gemma - it makes a great submission for the "alphabet" challenge!

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  7. It is absolutely beautiful Gemma and certainly the best of intentions always. Thank you for this lovely and sacred reminder of a task we should always have in front of our eyes and in our hearts.
    xoxo,
    Noelle

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  8. i love this....a labyrinth of love, beauty, hope, and light.
    thank you for yours dear friend.

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  9. Marys and crosses. You know those are a favorite images, Gemma. This cross is beautiful and message filled cross.

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  10. This is just beautiful!
    You and I share a love for that prayer.
    It is great for meditation. One line at a time.
    Love to you my friend♥♥♥

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  11. This prayer always speaks to me, and these words are perfect for the IA challenge. Glad I got a chance to see it. It is a beautiful sketch, too.

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  12. I'm glad I enlarged your drawing as I could see the Lord's Prayer sentence wrapped around your beautiful cross. Thanks.

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  14. Beautifully done, both the art and the words. I will remember the spaces between the words. A whole universe awaits there. Thank you for this post.

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