Pat Latta and Maggie Panyko were together in the Children’s Community garden planting flowers to accompany our seedlings, this morning. It was a great opportunity to get their hands dirty, share commonalities and enjoy the sunlight. When they were done, they both commented that some days it is just nicer to work with someone else in the garden. They were happy to have shared time together.
Here are some insights into achieving spiritual insight through the practice of gardening, provided by the Swedenborg Foundation’s “Off the Left Eye”.
Reserve your seedling to plant!
Healthy seedlings for our Children’s Community Garden in Glendale!
845 Congress Ave, Glendale, OH
Had a long week?
Meet at 6 pm for caff/decaf coffee in Montgomery.
We rendezvous at McDonalds on Weller/Montgomery Rds.
Artwork by @ursularoma
34th Annual Spring Concert
MUSE, Cincinnati’s Women’s Choir explores immigration through reckoning with the past, modern hospitality, and expansive patriotism.
Discounts available before May 13th.
Saturday, May 20, 2017 – 7:00pm
Sunday, May 21, 2017 – 2:00pm
…Heaven is where everyone shares everything of value…
“The intelligence and wisdom of one individual is shared with another…the very nature of heavenly love is to want what is one’s own to belong to another; so no one in heaven regards his or her good as authentically good unless it is someone else’s as well.” ~Swedenborg Foundation
This song makes me think of fall, and that’s what today feels like! Enjoy this original arrangement of Scott Joplin‘s “Maple Leaf Rag,” arranged and performed by Amy D. Rubin.
Illustration by Jessie Willcox Smith “A life of kindness is the primary meaning of Divine worship” ~Emanuel Swedenborg
“Swedenborgian Church member Howard Pyle reads Swedenborg to his students, among them popular illustrators Jessie Willcox Smith (illustration featured above) and N.C. Wyeth.”
Jessie Wilcox Smith lived @Cincinnati and @Philadelphia, studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia and Moore College of Art and Design.