Tuesday, March 6, 2012

'What if your blessings come through raindrops?'



I love this song by Laura Story. (If you're my Facebook friend, you've probably seen me post it over there at least once in recent months.) I needed to hear it again today, during this Lent that feels particularly desert-like to me for so many reasons, none of them earth-shattering. And still it feels awfully dark. This song reminds me to look for light there anyway.

4 comments:

BikramYoga said...

Bikram yoga has given me new life I found your blog to be greatly interesting,This is very nice blog I am waiting for your next blog post, Yoga is usually taught as a way to achieve physical and mental fitness .

Mary DeTurris Poust said...

Thanks so much for your comment, and for visiting my blog. You might like this essay I wrote about my own experiences with yoga (skip the italic intro; that's not mine): http://www.patheos.com/Resources/Additional-Resources/Pose-by-Pose-Amen-and-Om-Mary-DeTurris-Poust-01-11-2011.html

Also, I posted about my December visit to Kripalu Yoga Center: http://notstrictlyspiritual.blogspot.com/2011/12/mellow-monday-reverberations-from-my.html

deanna said...

Beautiful song, I listened as it rained, but more importantly reminded me of a few things I've forgotten.

Anonymous said...

This is a beautiful song. Laura also wrote a devotional about it. Looks like you can get the first few chapters of it here: http://worthypublishing.com/what-if-your-blessings-come-through-raindrops/