Tuesday, May 10, 2005


I just spent a few minutes looking over a few old entries and cruising through the archives of this site. And with a deep, deep gratitude in my heart I would like to thank each and every one of you who shares your comments and love on this silly, little insignificant blog. I've learned so much from each of you - and experienced God through each of you - over the past year-and-a-half. In a weird 21-century way, this little group of friends and community have become a church - a sangha - the body of Christ.

Blessings and love to you all. And again,

thank you.


Jon said...

Aw, shucks!

Seriously, Trev, discovering your blog was a ray of sunshine—what a joy discovering such a fellow-thinker. I've been tremendously blessed by reading your insightful (and humorous, no matter what Amy says) posts.

You also gave me a feel for what I wanted my blog to be like, when I was just starting the transition from static site to blog.

I agree, we are very much a teensy cyber-church here. I love stopping by, reading and chatting with all of you. God's love shines through you.

kev said...

it's an honor - namaste.

isaiah said...

You stumbled upon a silly poem of mine a few months back- which resulted in a new world of friends and sharing of ideas. I thank you for finding me.

Peace & blessings to you-

JP said...

no no no, thank YOU Trevor, seriously, been blessed brother.

Meredith said...

I thank you too, Trev. It feels wonderful to find a kindredness amongst these friends we have found here in this odd space. I also have learned much, but more importantly, have felt the movement of spirit through kind words and insights shared. It is a wonderful fellowship, a rich blessing.

gratefulbear said...

This cybercommunity has meant a lot to me! Thanks not only to Trev but to all of you who are part of this mini-church of the internet.