Three Feathers of Charity, Hope and Faith

Three Feathers of Charity, Hope and Faith

Over the weekend, I stumbled across three feathers laying together in front of me during a walk.  This got me wondering about the symbolic meaning of feathers.  As a child, my parents taught me to look for signs from the universe/divine that always seemed to appear when I needed guidance the most. 

One of the many things that three feathers represents was Charity, Hope and Faith in Christianity and this resonated for me on a deep level.  These are themes that I try to include in my daily life and in this blog.  There are other symbolic meanings that you can read about on  Explanations on feathers from several cultures is covered, as well as other information you might find interesting.

Today’s blog is focused on finding more Charity in your life.  You’re heart will be filled with more love each time you reach out to help others with your knit, crochet, and crafting skills. So let’s get started. Here are some new opportunities just waiting to be taken.

Debbie Macomber’s KNIT1, BLESS2 Mother’s Day Initiative which will help three major charity projects, Newborns in Need, Project Linus and The Binky Patrol.Miles of Smiles Scarves for Special Olympics 2011 Special Olympics Washington State Winter Games in March 2011organized by Vanessa Hailey.  Fun patterns are included on her site.  Check it! 
Project Night Night at Red Heart helps thousands of homeless children by providing warm and cozy hand made knit or crochet blankets.
I will be giving you more charity updates and projects as we go along, help you stay motivated, and encourage you to continue to make room for new adventures with your needlework and crafting

Marg (clearing the cobwebs and gettting knitty wid’it) 
Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove CookbookDebbie Macomber’s Cedar Cove Cookbook

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