Author: Rinnie Orr

Greetings! My name is Rinnie. Welcome to my website. I am a Christian, an artist, a writer of meditations, and a spiritual practitioner of hospitality. I’m happy to meet you and hope you will enjoy my writings and art. Thank you for joining me on this journey.

Becoming “Braver and Bolder”

Time for truth: I have a closet full of “bad art” – art I’ve created over the years – art…

“Planting the Seeds: A Conclusion…for now anyway….

In this blog post, I wrap up my planting the seeds blog series, touch on new vision and new journey and invite y’all to continue to journey with me. Peace and blessings….

“Planting the Seeds of Hope, part 2: Cultivating Collaborative Friendships”

In this blog post, I move from pondering hope to creating space for collaborative conversations to foster change and bring people together into community.

“Planting the Seeds of Hope, part 1: Let’s dream – dear ones – let’s dream!”

In this blog post, I ponder hope. Is it all a dream? If so, how do we dream it into reality when life seems so bleak these days?

Planting the Seeds of Love, part 3: “Being Deep Spirited Friends”

In this blog post, I affirm that I am still here. That I will continue to plant the seeds, and tend to the garden. I express gratitude for deep spirited friends. That we are resilient, in spite of our grief.

“Grieved, yet Un-tethered…”

Image by Richard Mcall from Pixabay  This morning, these things I know are true: The world has radically changed in the past few…

“Planting the Seeds of Love, part 2: Grounding, not Grumbling”

In this blog post, I think about how this time of quarantine has helped me in becoming a spiritually grounded person and achieve new synergy in my work life balance. I also hope sharing will provide some hope for those in need.

“Expressed in Love…”

During these days of social distancing, I miss my church and communal worship life. I worship solo, finding joy in God’s Garden, and remember my community in prayer.

Mystic musings: Too much time with the trees!

In this blog post, I move in and out of the forests and trees to find deep spiritual truths about identity, ego and love.

“We Don’t Have to Go it Alone…”

During these days of social distancing, I miss my church and communal worship life. I worship solo, finding joy in God’s Garden, and remember my community in prayer.