God’s Handmaid


Let it be to me
as the Holy One has said—
I am God’s handmaid.

Text and photo © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher
Photo: Mission San Xavier del Bac, Tucson, Arizona
More A-Virgin-a-Day photos and stories at Recuerda Mi Corazon here
More Straight Out of the Camera shots here
More Blue Monday photos here

Posted on December 12, 2011, in A Virgin a Day, Arizona, Blue Monday, Mission San Xavier del Bac, senryu, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday, Tucson. Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. No Mr. Linky but I came here through your comment. Such a beautiful Mary to see too. I went sleep last night saying the words to the song ‘Let it Be’. This has been an awe inspiring journey!!

  2. this mary here, all your bright words, our walk together…
    in my heart forever!

  3. Indeed an inspiring week. Thanks for sharing.

  4. You have the most astounding collection of Mary images from your wanderings. I wish I knew the ‘story’ behind this one (her garment is so different from what we usually see).

  5. What an incredible statue of Mary at San Xavier del Bac – such a wonderful mission. You truly are a handmaid of God…thank you for your offerings!

  6. She looks like a high priestess…how beautiful.
    And your Haiku…I want to copy it into my prayer journal

  7. Again, these blues I love. I look forward to visiting your blog often even though VAD is done.

  8. Wonderful photo of the virgin and wonderful words! Amazing journey we have shared ~~ thanks, namaste, Carol (A Creative Harbor)

  9. That is a very beautiful image of our Lady. I love how striking the purple gown is. Cool stuff. Glad I have been seeing you every day during this Virgin Business. It has been a wonderful journey.

    Peace my friend, Peace and love

  10. She is another beauty and in such a deep and sensuous blue! Thanks for your posts which have been part of my journey!

  11. Wow awesome photograph and the haiku makes me want to do more handmaiden stuff.

  12. It is a beautiful haiku about Mary’s acceptance of God’s plan. I love the colors she is wearing. They are unusual. They remind me a bit of church colors perhaps for spring but the unusual nature of the clothing makes her all the more intriguing.Thank you for these 12 days, MMT. I have enjoyed sharing them with you!

  13. And thank you for this beautiful last post of the 12 days, and a reminder as Rebecca says “to bow often”, such a graceful haiku reminder!

    Sue x

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