Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Beautiful Sunshine and a book on Beginnings



More blue squares are knit and sewn on 


Lots of wash clothes knit for early
Christmas knitting! 


Written by a well known Orthodox Monastic
to those just beginning their inward and outward
journey in a monastery,
I am finding it very relevant to us in
our everyday lives.
I love how it begins with the need to love God & others
as the most important thing
and then goes from there.
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I found this paragraph really striking and comforting 
at the same time...
that God requires only of us what we've been given:


What are you reading and creating?
Do yarn along with us today!


8 comments:

karen said...

love love love the blanket and how cheerful it is! The colors go perfectly together :)

Paula said...

Yes, the blanket is very cheery. It will be great this winter :)

Jessica Snell said...

It looks like you're knitting the same dishcloths I've been knitting! Grandma's Favorite Dishcloth? :)

the habit of being said...

can't wait to see the blanket finished, love the color combo!

kathy b said...

Blanket is great!!!
Ive just begun a modular knit shawl/wrap.
Im reading a Catholics Guide to Prayer and its a slow thought provoking read.

Reinventing Mother said...

Yes! Love that comment on talents ! Your knitting looks wonderful:)

Lisa @ HappyinDoleValley said...

I'm with Wanda! Love the quote as well as your beautiful blanket! :)

Matushka Anna said...

You're so smart to be doing Christmas knitting! When I get done with the things I have lined up to do, I'll do the same. :) Such cheerful colors!