What can we reason but from what we know? -Alexander Pope

Fearless Faith

Color and texture, companions of faith

Summer is casually wearing on flowerbed annuals and perennials. Not much has changed temperature-wise, yet there is a smugness one senses in the season that fall is close by. Happily, there is much left of summer that still inspires.

Two elements of the growing season in particular are tied to one another: texture and color. Texture provides the depth and context for the flowers to thrive. Color invites us to pay attention to the breadth of creation and the amazing diversity it represents. Together they constitute a more complete representation of life and living.

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