Holy Spirit rosary, and true sight

Kind readers,

I have added another rosary to my little shop…

I have ordered a number of lovely centers and beads that I can hardly wait to use in upcoming creations.

Tonight, I shall be going to the Bridegroom service. Pascha is almost here. My heart longs to see the Light shining behind the curtain, and mystically witness the Holy Resurrection.

Later that day, I shall celebrate like a child: I shall eat a chocolate bunny and watch “It’s The Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown.”

In other news, more people are hearing about my Professor Snape scribblings and wanting to read my books of essays… It boggles the mind. God works in mysterious ways. I say this because I… How can I explain? Being granted to comfort others is such a blessing, and the Lord employs every means at His disposal; He sees good wherever it can be found, even in forgotten corners and back alleys and what has often been declared as “unholy.”

He sees with the eyes of the heart.

He does not forsake the flowers that grow out of cracks in cement; their seeds are carried by the wind.

Your devoted
Logospilgrim, the quiet professor

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3 thoughts on “Holy Spirit rosary, and true sight

  1. Hi,
    I met you at the cathedral in Ottawa the day your book reviews came in. \

    I have a question about the rosaries you make. Why not make chotki instead? Do you pray the Ave?

    I was baptized last Lazarus Saturday, Glory to God!


    • My dearest Jenny,

      welcome, and God grant you many blessed years 🙂

      It is a joy to see you here.

      To answer your question, I make rosaries because I love them… They are part of my personal path of healing and very important to me (if you read my little book, a light burden, you will understand better. I must reconcile, within my own heart at least, East and West). I also think they are beautiful, and I find that making and praying the rosary is a gesture of reconciliation; it is a balm upon my heart. I do pray the Ave 🙂

      I would like to make chotki at some point; I need to find the right beads and things.


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