Mary undertook much of her philanthropic work through the First Baptist Church, where in the last years of her life she worked tirelessly addressing the needs of the unhoused in McMinnville.
Gratitude requires stepping back to count your blessings.
“In Louisville, at the corner of Fourth and Walnut, in the center of the shopping district, I was suddenly overwhelmed … More
Winter morning icy groundcover and overcast sky I walk the neighborhood Stop and stand beneath a tree whose species I … More
Cold days are here now How the body craves warm skin Unsafe to be close Manzanita path I walk with … More
How the sun glimmers and glistens through Valley Oaks on a rustic hillside. How the warmth permeates amber honey skin … More
Have you ever had to have a conversation with someone that you dreaded having? I bet you wished you could … More
Please support the Plum Village Community with a purchase of The Mindfulness Bell Autumn 2020/Issue 85 and read the Venerable … More
risk everything. And nothing. I found you whole, a perfect imperfection. Saucy and hot! Stay close, hug up on me, … More
We have made it to the fourth quarter of 2020! With only three months of this year to go, many … More