Moses came down from Mount Sinai. As he came down from the mountain with the two tablets of the covenant￼ in his hand, Moses did not know that the skin of his face shone because he had been talking with God.
There are a lot of fields of sunflowers in Spain. Not only is Spanish olive oil a prime commodity, but sunflower oil as well.
Lately the sunflowers seem to be speaking to me. Their season is past and their heads are bowed. And they all seem to face away from Santiago. These are not the bright shining faces who have seen God and are ready to share that joy with the world. These are sad, dejected faces, looking for the sun, but unable to lift their heads to find it.
And yet there is more life in the sunflowers. Their seeds have been harvested for oil, food, feed for animals, and for planting the next crop. Another season is ahead for the sunflowers and once again they will lift their heads toward the sun.
As I look at the sunflowers I ponder my own life. What season am I in? Have I fulfilled my calling or is there an encore yet in my life?
I have a secret that not many people know about me. It’s nothing bad or shameful. Sometimes I dream about babies: one baby, many babies, babies of all colors, someone else’s baby, my baby. Whenever I dream about babies I have this feeling that God is about to birth something new in my life. Last night I dreamed about a baby.
DAY 20 A WORD ABOUT HOSPITALITY
Where else but on the camino can you stop at a food truck in the middle of no where and get a coffee served in a glass cup on a saucer with a real spoon…
…and a camino stamp?
3 thoughts on “DAY 20 THE SUNFLOWERS 🌻🌻🌻”
Love that you got coffee served in a glass cup with a real spoon. I’m impressed.😊
I am SO enjoying your reflections. This one on sunflowers spoke to be. I love sunflowers.
Your writing is beautiful. And look what unexpected gifts are coming your way in all different forms
Thank you so much for your kind words. This has been a real experience.