- A Funny Family Story
- Words of Caution from a Church Organist (Beware of Paperclips)
- Bungling Rainbow Bridge
- An Old Soul
- Inspiration for your next MRI
- Easter 2017
- I Could Paint That
- All went to be taxed, every one into his own city.
- Easter 2016
- Barbados 2016
- Thanksgiving – Outside the Box
- Who’s In Charge Of Reincarnation?
- Art Collecting Without Guilt
- Falling in Love with Natalie (again)
- What Does George W. Bush Have In Common With The Sacred Ordinary?
- Everyday Objects
- It’s All About The Frame
- Piddling as Spiritual Practice
- How Does Your Garden Grow?
- Butterfly Shelfie
Blogs I Follow:
- Beauty as Spiritual Practice February 22, 2012
- let me walk in beauty May 7, 2012
- Rengetsu’s Rabbit January 30, 2019
- Untitled May 2, 2021
- A Role Model Shows Up in the Inbox: Plus, A Book Giveaway April 28, 2021
- Advice to a Young Writer, with Carol Edgarian May 2, 2021
- An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.
- Parallels between Hospice and Reiki May 25, 2013
- God In Disguise February 17, 2015
Author Archives: diane heath
My mother-in-law, Alice, lived in our basement apartment for ten years. There were many fine things about this arrangement, chief among them that she was able to see her family every day. We also got free child care. The child … Continue reading
Sermons at the Methodist church in Martinsville, Indiana were long – a good thirty minutes long. The little Schantz organ was tucked in a corner, and so…. Noone would notice if the organist passed time by dusting the keys. Noone … Continue reading
photo by Maarten van den Heuvel Aunt Evelyn’s ashes had been in our china cupboard for a couple years, waiting for their trip to San Francisco. She wanted to be scattered under the Golden Gate Bridge, where she had scattered … Continue reading
At age six, Alistair was wise beyond his years – an old soul. Dignified, polite, interested in music and the arts, Alistair would never have done anything like interrupting a person, putting his feet on the sofa or coming to … Continue reading
Who couldn’t do Abstract Landscape Painting? I arrive early at The Art League’s classroom all ready to CREATE. No need to feel intimidated. Any four year old can do this stuff. In fact, the idea of wielding colors around reminds … Continue reading
There’s nothing a church musician hates more than one more “Merry Christmas!” We’re not Scrooges, but think of the poor tax accountant on 4-15. Imagine April 15 as a much-loved time of gift giving and feasting. The tax accountant is chained … Continue reading