Shadows and Roots I

Shadows are often thought of as dark places where evil looms. Yet they can also be rich, colorful patches that anchor us, and other objects, to the ground. C.S. Lewis said that our life here is living in the Shadowlands. My lenten pilgrimage is deepening my understanding of this truth.

PLEASE CONTINUE to the  ORIGINAL POST on “A Pilgrim’s Draw”: Day 20-Shadows

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3 Responses to Shadows and Roots I

  1. jenpedwards says:

    Thank you for quoting the opening lines of my blog post today and linking to my blog! I hope you are encouraged by the thoughts therein, and that you are enjoying a walking/drawing pilgrimage of your own!

  2. Beautiful page! Love! 🙂

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