Ashes to ashes….

Today is Ash Wednesday, the day that we remember we come from the earth and shall return to the earth.  Everything is connected.  We live as part of creation, not above or separate from it.

A blue grass song to help you embrace the day–and perhaps think about Ash Wednesday differently than you have in the past.  It isn’t just about personal sin and death, but a reminder that our lives are linked in love as part of God’s joyful ecology of beginnings and endings.  “Ashes” from the album Sound Theology by Jonathan Rundman:

Ashes

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