Our connections to the important places of our lives are deeply personal, based on unique experiences and relationships. At the same time, the feelings that bind us to those places can be shared and understood by most everyone because they are tied to universal human experiences and longings — to the comfort of home, the … Continue reading →
About Margaret D. McGee
Margaret's three books are Haiku--The Sacred Art: A Spiritual Practice in Three LInes, Sacred Attention: A Spiritual Practice for Finding God in the Moment, and Stumbling Toward God: A Prodigal’s Return. She shares her adventures along the spiritual path through prayers, meditations, and her website.
Shortly after reading Margaret D. McGee’s gentle, focused book Sacred Attention: A Spiritual Practice for Finding God in the Moment, I emailed her with some questions about her writing and about publishing in the spiritual genre. She graciously wrote back, and here is the content of the emailed conversation that developed: SheilaI enjoyed the opening … Continue reading →