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I just read a lovely, fantastic, fabulous book called AN ALTAR IN THE WORLD by Barbara Brown Taylor.  It’s a book for adults who are looking to deepen their spirituality, but everything she says applies to writing. 

“There will come a time when you believe everything is finished.  That will be the beginning.”  Louis L’Amour  

This quote from the western author headed one of  Taylor’s chapters.  It’s true of our soul work as well as our writing.  If you are entering our California Writers Club Young Writers Contest , or you’re writing a book for a publisher, or crafting a poem for your self, after you put down your pen or print out your copy and feel pleased with yourself for finishing your draft, put your creative work away for a while. 

a friend kim recommended an altar in the world by barbara brown taylor  (which i had not heard of). i then got to hear her on the first night at greenbelt this year which was a treat. she is a lovely writer - some people who write books are really speakers who write but bbt is definitely someone with the gift of crafting written words. 

the book then unpacks around 10 (i can't remember the number) practices - such as pain, being with people, walking, blessing. the point about them is they are things we do anyway - the difference is in paying attention, noticing to the presence of god in front of our very eyes. i think my favourite practice was getting lost - when did you last get lost, off your beaten track i wonder?!

Thanks for this thoughtful piece Jonny. Encouragement when needed to keep walking with patience when it's not my job to know the full picture - and helpful reading to go with that!

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An Altar in the World: A Geography of Faith [Barbara Brown Taylor] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In her critically acclaimed Leaving Church ( a ...

The altar, fixed or movable, ... but as the actual item—in the spirit world, and be available for the departed spirit to use. In Taoist folk religion, ...

01.01.2009  · An Altar in the World has 5,259 ratings and 511 reviews. Kate said: I read this for a church book club, and while the book had some solid, even excellent...

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I just read a lovely, fantastic, fabulous book called AN ALTAR IN THE WORLD by Barbara Brown Taylor.  It’s a book for adults who are looking to deepen their spirituality, but everything she says applies to writing. 

“There will come a time when you believe everything is finished.  That will be the beginning.”  Louis L’Amour  

This quote from the western author headed one of  Taylor’s chapters.  It’s true of our soul work as well as our writing.  If you are entering our California Writers Club Young Writers Contest , or you’re writing a book for a publisher, or crafting a poem for your self, after you put down your pen or print out your copy and feel pleased with yourself for finishing your draft, put your creative work away for a while. 

a friend kim recommended an altar in the world by barbara brown taylor  (which i had not heard of). i then got to hear her on the first night at greenbelt this year which was a treat. she is a lovely writer - some people who write books are really speakers who write but bbt is definitely someone with the gift of crafting written words. 

the book then unpacks around 10 (i can't remember the number) practices - such as pain, being with people, walking, blessing. the point about them is they are things we do anyway - the difference is in paying attention, noticing to the presence of god in front of our very eyes. i think my favourite practice was getting lost - when did you last get lost, off your beaten track i wonder?!

Thanks for this thoughtful piece Jonny. Encouragement when needed to keep walking with patience when it's not my job to know the full picture - and helpful reading to go with that!

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I just read a lovely, fantastic, fabulous book called AN ALTAR IN THE WORLD by Barbara Brown Taylor.  It’s a book for adults who are looking to deepen their spirituality, but everything she says applies to writing. 

“There will come a time when you believe everything is finished.  That will be the beginning.”  Louis L’Amour  

This quote from the western author headed one of  Taylor’s chapters.  It’s true of our soul work as well as our writing.  If you are entering our California Writers Club Young Writers Contest , or you’re writing a book for a publisher, or crafting a poem for your self, after you put down your pen or print out your copy and feel pleased with yourself for finishing your draft, put your creative work away for a while. 

a friend kim recommended an altar in the world by barbara brown taylor  (which i had not heard of). i then got to hear her on the first night at greenbelt this year which was a treat. she is a lovely writer - some people who write books are really speakers who write but bbt is definitely someone with the gift of crafting written words. 

the book then unpacks around 10 (i can't remember the number) practices - such as pain, being with people, walking, blessing. the point about them is they are things we do anyway - the difference is in paying attention, noticing to the presence of god in front of our very eyes. i think my favourite practice was getting lost - when did you last get lost, off your beaten track i wonder?!

Thanks for this thoughtful piece Jonny. Encouragement when needed to keep walking with patience when it's not my job to know the full picture - and helpful reading to go with that!

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I just read a lovely, fantastic, fabulous book called AN ALTAR IN THE WORLD by Barbara Brown Taylor.  It’s a book for adults who are looking to deepen their spirituality, but everything she says applies to writing. 

“There will come a time when you believe everything is finished.  That will be the beginning.”  Louis L’Amour  

This quote from the western author headed one of  Taylor’s chapters.  It’s true of our soul work as well as our writing.  If you are entering our California Writers Club Young Writers Contest , or you’re writing a book for a publisher, or crafting a poem for your self, after you put down your pen or print out your copy and feel pleased with yourself for finishing your draft, put your creative work away for a while. 

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