Name:Status: MemberDescription: We all have our "comfort foods," from mashed potatoes to roast chicken to steaming soup. But in this group, let's share the foods that really nourish our spirits. Does the smell of baking bread clear your mind? Does the crunch of a knife slicing through a red pepper wake you up? Does the bubbling of hot oatmeal make you feel centered? We all have to eat, so why not feed our souls as we nourish our bodies? Photos, recipes, stories - let's gather 'round the table.
Name:Status: MemberDescription: Hi, I'm Valerie, Beliefnet's Buddhism editor. This group is a place to talk about how you celebrate and honor Buddhist holidays. We can kick things off by talking about Rohatsu. How do you celebrate? What are some of your most profound Rohatsu memories? Bonus points for photos.
Name:Status: MemberDescription: This group is for all the awesome Mommies out there!
Come swap stories, praises, and pictures of your beautiful children and families. Single moms and married moms, new moms and old, come and tell how great it is to be a Super-Mom!
Swap and share life and family stories too. Address concerns of parenting, and give your own advice and experience to those in need, also.
Monthly, or even, weekly prayer groups for our kids and families, something to look forward to as the group grows (for now, drop prayer requests in whenever needed).
Leave your hate at the gate! People of ALL faiths and paths welcome. No judging here. This is a group for us to honor each other's "mom-ness"! Welcome and make yourselves at home!
(Super-Grandmas and Grandpas, and Super-Dads welcome also!) :)
Please read the welcome message for site rules and before posting. All newcomers are welcome to post a hello or drop in a prayer request at any time.