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audio 01:47 Time for the Rhode Again

Time for the Rhode Again

It is a busy time of year, and I am reminded of the Willie Nelson song “On the Road Again”. The rhode in the title of this podcast is about the rhododendrons that are now in bloom. They provide an opportunity to pause and appreciate.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 06/04/2019 05:00 AM

audio 01:39 Water Color

Water Color

When we think of water color, we often have paintings in mind. In this case, Nature has provided a natural arrangement of water plants; flowers combine with the water in the frog pond as a “painting” for my spirit. It is a reason to pause and be grateful.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 06/03/2019 05:00 AM

audio 01:55 Untangling Tangles

Untangling Tangles

Patience can help us untangle mind tangles.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 06/02/2019 05:00 AM

audio 01:12 Beauty in the Bud

Beauty in the Bud

Most of us look for fully open flowers to brighten our day, but I have become aware that before the flower opens, there is beauty in the buds. The same is true in the potentials of people. We can help encourage natural talents to open to beautiful flowers

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 06/01/2019 05:00 AM

audio 01:42 Taking Their Own Sweet Time

Taking Their Own Sweet Time

The lilacs and other flowers are taking their own sweet time in sharing their beautiful blossoms this year. The late spring has put nature’s show behind schedule. The again, nature has her own schedule, and I am discovering beautiful buds.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 05/31/2019 05:00 AM

audio 01:41 Nature Through the Eyes of an Artist

Nature Through the Eyes of an Artist

I am fortunate to have a variety of views of Nature created by many different artists in different mediums. I realize I do not see as others do, so it helps me when I study different views of life.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 05/30/2019 05:00 AM

audio 01:13 Wild Cherries

Wild Cherries

The wild cherries are in bloom, providing nourishment for the insects that enjoy the sweet nectar. Later on the birds will benefit from the fruit. I am given the gift of spiritual nourishment all through the seasons of the wild cherries.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 05/29/2019 05:00 AM

audio 02:05 Primroses


May is the month that the small primroses shine their bright small blooms in the garden. Soon taller showy plants will hide these smaller beauties. Small positive actions in life have the potential of being transplanted to others, just as we move the prim

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 05/28/2019 05:00 AM