What do you Hear in the Wind?
Whispering Wind is a blog dedicated to uncovering the secrets of a living a joyful life. It explores my journey to spiritual freedom, boundless abundance, personal growth and unconditional love.
I’m a writer, artist, and educator from rural Appalachia. I grew up close to nature, to family and to Creator. As Dolly Parton sings in her song, “Coat of Many Colors”, “although we had no money , oh, I was rich as I could be….”
LOVE IS THE ONLY WAY
We live in a world where millions of voices are shouting at us, telling us where to go, what to wear, how to think. There is so much noise, but deep inside us there is a longing to be connected to the universe, to our Creator, to each other.
There is a “way” of balance, peace, and harmony, of spiritual growth, mental clarity, physical health and longevity. All of these things are connected and that’s what I discuss in this blog.
I would like you to journey with me as I explore ways to be healthy, spiritual, mindful, connected, creative, alert and alive. It is my wish that we learn together.
I feel that in this world of everyone living “perfect” lives on social media and shouting to be heard, it’s good to hear a voice in the wind, a soft whisper that says, “I love you–unconditionally. You are enough.”
I invite you to visit me here often. We are all human, not perfect in ourselves. Love, the genuine acceptance and appreciation of each other, is what perfects us. Love is the way, the only way.
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15 thoughts on “About Whispering Wind”
I love reading your poetry..it always sturrs something inside of me. makes me think of anouther time, when i was young. I always come away from reading the poems thinking “WOW”..
Wonderful to see your work here – and the fine new sci-fi site. I noticed you have graciously listed my old store site on your list. Sadly, the link is gone, and the store has closed. However, two links that do work are the one for my blog http://www.tvbpoetree.blogspot.com and the one where I seem to spend a lot of time lately: http://www.facebook.com/ldknow
Hope your 2010 is all you need it to be.
First, for sending me the newer links and secondly, for visiting my site and thirdly, for the very kind words.
I’ll get these new links up right away!
Hi there nochipa,this is JasonScotPatrick.You visited my site a few months back and left me some very positive comments.I thank you.I was away for a month in the wilderness of the desert southwest for a period of rejuvination.I then spent the last month revamping my websites and posting new material.Please visit my home page and travel through my expessions at your leisure.If you like what you see then please put a link to my site on your page and pass this along the train/chain of thought.
p.s. I love your poetry,thank you for sharing.
Darlene I had tears in my eyes as I read whispering wind. I too had lot of headaches growing up& never felt good enough.I was bullied at school & made fun of because my dresses were to bid& not pretty. God healed me also as a young married woman& he made me realize I belong to him. That he loves me.thank you we have all suffered & our savior helped ud
Wanda, I am glad that you identified and it is amazing how free we feel when we realize that we are truly, eternally loved.
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Hi! I just wanted to let you know that I like your blog and what you’re doing. That’s why I nominated you for the Liebster award! I wrote a post about it, you can find all the information on my blog 😀
Hope you have an awesome day!
Wow, thank you so much!!!
Glad to know you are still writing. Reading Your work is a delightful journey.
Thank you so very much!
You are an amazing person. Brilliant, beautiful, creative, talented and just gifted in so many ways.
Thank you, Elaine. You are so kind. I am so happy that I have gotten to know you.
Love you Darlene. What a blessing it has been to watch God shine through you
Thank you, Laverne. You and Jerry mean more to me than I will ever be able to express with mere words.