Daily Sacred

By Suzanne Glover Lindsay These are the guardians and guides who preside over my work at the MacBook from under the desk lamp. Their powers and personalities differ as much as their appearance, which really helps, from my testy Knower-Doer Yoda, to my doe-eyed defender Galahad the Dragon, and the best listeners and judges I know, the Three Sages. This intensely private space vibrates as they encourage thought, ethics, and perspective–especially humor. I thank them each daily.

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From @ramblingsofann via Instagram. Mother Pine. We think she is the oldest tree on our property. As long as we are the custodians of our land she will never be cut down. Her energy and beauty is grounding. #oldgrowthpine #sacred #motherearth #thankful Check out our past daily sacred posts!

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Tiruvannamali by @mimnati via Instagram. Show us your sacred! Share your images with us by tagging your photos with #sacredmatters on Twitter, Flickr, Instagram, Tumblr or email us at sacredmatters [at] emory [dot] edu. Please include where and when your photo was taken. We will publish your images here on sacredmattersmagazine.com and through our social media outlets. Check out our past daily sacred posts!  

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                                      “Shunyata” by Hoyt Oliver: Wholly Holey Holy, a cedar log sculpture in the Oxford College library. Images of quite a few religions are included: an earth mother, yin/yang, Tao, eagle, OM, crescent, cross, star of David, Buddha, wood nymph — the whole piece is a lingam/yoni. Show us your sacred! Share your images with us by tagging your photos with #sacredmatters on Twitter, Flickr, Instagram, Tumblr or email us at sacredmatters [at] emory [dot] edu. Please include where and when your photo […]

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(Taken 9/14/14 in my kitchen in Atlanta) I’ve not fine a day without tea in almost 10 years. My wife and I met because of tea. We welcome guests into our home with a cuppa. My fondest memories are of conversations with friends over tea. Sent in by Isaac Foster. Show us your sacred! Share your images with us by tagging your photos with #sacredmatters on Twitter, Flickr, Instagram, Tumblr or email us at sacredmatters [at] emory [dot] edu. Please include where and when your photo was taken. We will publish your images here on sacredmattersmagazine.com and through our social media […]

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@islamoyankee Sep 12, 12:53pmEnd of my run. #GodsCreation #HumansCreation #the BrokenWorld #SacredMatters  pic.twitter.com/WnItFfVoYR Show us your sacred! Share your images with us by tagging your photos with #sacredmatters on Twitter, Flickr, Instagram, Tumblr or email us at sacredmatters@emory.edu. Please include where and when your photo was taken. We will publish your images here on sacredmattersmagazine.com and through our social media outlets. Check out our past daily sacred posts!

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Juliann ‏@AspenJuly Ram’s horn* used to open service for the late Rev. Dr. Bradley Resare. Fallbrook, CA 9/6/14 (Was his*). Show us your sacred! Share your images with us by tagging your photos with #sacredmatters on Twitter, Flickr, Instagram, Tumblr or email us at sacredmatters@emory.edu. Please include where and when your photo was taken. We will publish your images here on sacredmattersmagazine.com and through our social media outlets. Check out our past daily sacred posts!  

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@emmer37 “The Sacred” #sacredmatters #WRNews. Show us your sacred! Share your images with us by tagging your photos with #sacredmatters on Twitter, Flickr, Instagram, Tumblr or email us at sacredmatters@emory.edu. Please include where and when your photo was taken. We will publish your images here on sacredmattersmagazine.com and through our social media outlets. Check out our past daily sacred posts!  

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Meredith Doster, Assistant Managing Editor at Southern Spaces, sends us an image of her dog, Zeke, short for Ezekiel. She writes, “He comes from Arkansas, which features prominently in some Old Testament translations, as in “Noah opened the ark and saw.”” Show us your sacred! Share your images with us by tagging your photos with #sacredmatters on Twitter, Flickr, Instagram, Tumblr or email us at sacredmatters@emory.edu. Please include where and when your photo was taken. We will publish your images here on sacredmattersmagazine.com and through our social media outlets. Check out our past daily sacred posts!  

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Tourism and the sacred. The National Cathedral in Washington, DC by Kelly Gannon, Associate Editor for Sacred Matters Magazine. Show us your sacred! Share your images with us by tagging your photos with #sacredmatters on Twitter, Flickr, Instagram, Tumblr or email us at sacredmatters@emory.edu. Please include where and when your photo was taken. We will publish your images here on sacredmattersmagazine.com and through our social media outlets.