Together over the year, we are going to investigate what living soulfully looks like and see how we can incorporate it into our daily lives for deeper meaning and greater joy.

Spiritual Reflections

Beloved

Whatever happens in my life, whatever I lose or...

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A Portrait of Love

What if every change of our lives, the good...

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Recipes

Autumn Ratatouille

This Summer, I was gifted with the chance to...

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Polenta with Roasted Tomatoes and Goat Cheese

For me, living soulfully happens most often in my...

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Prayer and Meditation

I am making all things new

Every day, I wake up and have the choice:...

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Christmas Prayer

The Christmas bells peel. The Sun anoints in dappled light,...

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Soulful 7 Conversations

Soulful 7 with John Wallace

Today's guest on Soulful 7 Conversations is my superhero friend,...

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Soulful 7 with Tallu Quinn

Today's guest on Soulful 7 Conversations is a mentor and a...

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Books

Spiritual Bookstack

Everything I write, whether it is a prayer, a...

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Summer Bookstack

Summer is my season. School’s out. The peach truck...

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Farrell’s Favorites

Bread and Honey Gift Guide

This is the season of giving special and meaningful...

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Bread and Honey’s Fall Favorites

To live soulfully is to savor the small things...

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Beloved
Spiritual Reflections

Beloved

Whatever happens in my life, whatever I lose or gain, however deep and wide, precious and painful the human experience, however many number of breaths I have accrued or remain for me in The Book of Life, I am both verb and noun, be-loved and a beloved.

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Join our weekly email or invite your friends & family on a soulfull adventure. It will change your life.

Beloved
Spiritual Reflections

Beloved

Whatever happens in my life, whatever I lose or gain, however deep and wide, precious and painful the human experience, however many number of breaths I have accrued or remain for me in The Book of Life, I am both verb and noun, be-loved and a beloved.

Bread and Honey is written and curated by Farrell Mason. It is a virtual sacred space to come and seek nourishment for the mind, the body and the spirit. Farrell has launched, “A Year of Living Soulfully,” 52 weeks of spiritual reflections, prayers and meditations, simple and delicious recipes, soulful 7 conversations with people she admires, and weekly tips for finding more soul joy. Join her on a year-long adventure of discovering what it takes to live a more soulful life! Farrell is a mother of six, a spiritual blogger and an author of two works of fiction: Alma Gloria and the Olive Tree and The Angel and the Raven and a recent collection of prayers entitled The Pocket Cathedral. Farrell holds a Masters of Art Business from Sotheby’s, London and is currently completing her Masters of Divinity at Vanderbilt University. She is a part-time minister of pastoral care at Woodmont Christian Church in Nashville and her heart is forever committed to raising funds and awareness for kids with cancer in honor of her son.

Bread and Honey is written and curated by Farrell Mason. It is a virtual sacred space to come and seek nourishment for the mind, the body and the spirit. Farrell has launched, “A Year of Living Soulfully,” 52 weeks of spiritual reflections, prayers and meditations, simple and delicious recipes, soulful 7 conversations with people she admires, and weekly tips for finding more soul joy. Join her on a year-long adventure of discovering what it takes to live a more soulful life! Farrell is a mother of six, a spiritual blogger and an author of two works of fiction: Alma Gloria and the Olive Tree and The Angel and the Raven and a recent collection of prayers entitled The Pocket Cathedral. Farrell holds a Masters of Art Business from Sotheby’s, London and is currently completing her Masters of Divinity at Vanderbilt University. She is a part-time minister of pastoral care at Woodmont Christian Church in Nashville and her heart is forever committed to raising funds and awareness for kids with cancer in honor of her son.