“The life I touch for good or ill will touch another life, and that in turn another, until who knows where the trembling stops or in what far place my touch will be felt.” ~ Hippie Peace Freaks, Facebook
About A Seraph’s Quill:
The purpose of this blog is to let others who find themselves on a spiritual path – whether they are just starting upon their journey or have been on it for many years – that no matter how lonely it may seem, they are not alone.
I’m a 40-something mom to three beautiful children. My eldest (BB) is 25, my eldest daughter (PB) is 21, and my youngest daughter (LB) is 12.
I’m even a nana! LM will be 3 this year.
I’ve been married to DH for almost 30 years now. (Hard to believe!) And most of that time, we were a military family. Fortunately, he retired in 2013. (It was time!)
My interests include reading, writing, blogging, dancing, photography, crocheting, crafting, and mixed media art. I’m something of a gadget girl, too. Or at least according to DH.
I consciously embarked upon my own spiritual journey in the fall of 2000. (At least, I think that’s when it was. It’s been a LONG time.) I “received inspiration” about a character I was working on for a work of fiction. She was a follower of “the Old Ways”, I was told, but had absolutely no idea what that meant, but as I researched, I resonated with them.
Since then, my path has led me on a series of twists and turns until my spiritual beliefs and practices quite resemble a menu at a Chinese restaurant. “A little from column A, a wee bit from column B, and a smidge from column C.”
And it continues to evolve! Tomorrow, it might not remotely resemble what it appears to be today.
Is my way the only way? Is my “answer” the “final answer” in spirituality?
Most certainly not!
Everyone’s spiritual journey is individualistic. I know this. Over time, the path we tread may be similar in some ways and vary greatly in others. We all come from many different places, many different situations, and where each of us is headed is just as different, but many of the emotions we experience along the way are the same.
And, in my experience, this journey can sometimes be a lonely one. Especially when it feels as though the masses are going one way, and we’re headed another.
I just want readers to know that they are not alone, that they have someone “in their corner”, cheering for them as they tackle the difficult challenges that we sometimes face on this Journey.
We’ve got this!