Easter at Serendipity Farmhouse will be quiet and reflective this year. There will be prayer, good food, and thoughts of family and friends. And, while Easter is not about cherry blossoms, daffodils, or forsythias, the fact that they have again returned to SFH provides us a vivid reminder of the Resurrection. – – That is how it is meant to be here at our beloved Serendipity.
We at Serendipity Farmhouse will take this Holy Week to reflect and pray on the mysteries of the Passion and Resurrection. May God bless you greatly throughout this week.
Listen carefully, my son, to the master’s instructions, and attend to them with the ear of you heart.
Prologue to The Rule of St. Benedict
Take 30 seconds from your day and listen. Our Creator always wants to speak to our hearts and create a moment of peace within.
During my quest to find the perfect place to live near my family, I looked at new houses and old houses, in the city and in the country. Each had its own charm or attraction. Yet, when I would sit back in silence, I heard a call back to that little place near the river.
And so it was. I heard the call and ever since I have joy in the knowledge that I listened. For me, there is quiet and a welcomed solitude. The river quietly flowing in the background soothes the spirit. Within the sound I can hear His voice.
When family and friends come to Serendipity, they say they can sense the peace and calm – even in their trial and travails.