History is a matter of perception. It contains our worst assumptions and our truest truths – any time we come in contact with it we are changed. The many gifts of the people of faith who have built up this community in the past have provided a strong foundation for a vital parish of the future.— St. Paul’s Church, Beaufort NC
But be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves.–James1:22
Look3 closes with a joyful noise. One story I wish I had a recording of was Camille Seamen’s creation myth, her close call, her narrative of wakening to a purpose, sharing the glory of earth. Sharing the love. Nick Nichols provided a preview of Snow Tree, a visual anthem, to be published in National Geographic December 2012. Beautiful beautiful beautiful, this tree seen a different way.
(Photo above: The singing photographer, Arlene Gottfriedis joined by the Mount Zion First African Baptist Church choir)
St. Luke’s Episcopal? Anyone know? 1.2 miles southeast of Monticello on Route 53.
“Again, I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything you ask for, it will be done for you by my Father in heaven. For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them.”–Matthew 18:19-20
“Church door close due to Rapture.
Sinners you’re to late.”–Rt 312, eastern NC
Victoria Dunham and I are doing a presentation of the Woolen Mills Village and WM Neighborhood this afternoon. Arg. Some technology involved. HDMI, UDF, MP4, codecs. Crazy modern stuff.
I went for a walk in the brilliant morning light, in the graveyard. I know a lot of people in graveyards. In the memory business. In the learning business. Learning from the lives of others, learning from our own, it is important, joyful and simultaneously very very sad.
Talk is at Cville Coffee, 1500hrs.
Curch of God In Christ Jesus, Jackson, North Carolina
Cross on the west side of I-81 in Virginia, early in the morning, northbound.
Southbound, 1615hrs, more light.