Mandalas do connect us. I just had a deep, moving conversation with a woman I knew only slightly til this morning. We both volunteer for the Center for Common Ground’s Reclaim Our Vote (ROV) phone bank team, so we’ve been on lots of Zoom calls together over the last year. She saw my mention of the mandalasbotanical.com website, checked it out, and loved it. She purchased some greeting cards, but when she went to add a couple of books, ran into trouble adding them to her order. She’d called to work that out with me. We spoke for almost an hour, and she told me how she came to be connected to mandalas. I won’t go into her story, it’s not mine to tell, but it speaks to how spirit-filled, and human the symbol is. After this call, we are friends, and I trust our friendship will deepen through our activism work together, and our love for mandalas.

Marbles, sand dollar, bird breast bone, society garlic leaves, foetidissima iris seeds, clay beads, Mexican orange flower buds, acuba leaves

As always, this connection via mandalas is true with this morning’s offering. At least four friends contributed to this piece. Thank you, thank you!

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