Hosted by: Cynthia Blomquist Gustavson
As a part of the "Who who am I?" series, Cynthia talks about the soil we all put into as a metaphor for life. She is providing exercises for types of soil we grew up in and showing how a personal name can be used for writing an acrostic poem for personal analysis.
🧩 Poetry is a puzzle, and I make up my rules. 01:14
📖 A poem from the book "Conversing with God, poetry for pastoral counseling and spiritual direction." 2:05
🐦 About the poem Catbird 1609 C 2:24
😊 Cynthia reads a poem. 3:54
🤓 Birds are so programmed. 5:40
🌱 Exercise: What is growing on my soil? 7:20
👨👩👧👦 Are our siblings growing in the same soil as we are? 10:04
🤩 Exercise: using your name as an acrostic poem to describe yourself. 14:29
Cynthia talks about wearing all kinds of lenses that give us a different perspective on the world around us. Some of those lenses are div...
When you need help, you need to rely on others. People of Tulsa are very good at helping others, but so are Canada geese. Cynthia reads a...
We can learn superpowers from each other.
☕ I love coffee and Starbucks. 0:25
🍰 Grammy, let's go to a Square box. 1:45<...
Life happens while we're waiting. Don't forget to celebrate every day, not just the day that Santa is coming. 🎅
🎄 Christmas ...