Like a Lotus Flower
  • May 27, 2020 1:00 am
  • 56:53 mins

Perhaps the greatest stories ever told are the examples of the lives around us. People’s experiences teach us of the bitter and the sweet, the just and the unjust, and good and the bad. People make praiseworthy, commendable choices, or warn us of the opposite. Funerals are a sacred time when we can reflect on a person’s legacy. Today on the Apple Seed, we’ll be contemplating these memorials with stories from Andy Offutt Irwin, Motoko, Donald Davis, Joe Harrington, Bil Lepp, and Michael Reno Harrell.  On today’s episode, enjoy the following: Story Kickoff: “Book Every Saturday for a Funeral” by Andy Offutt Irwin Story Spotlight: “Like a Lotus Flower” by Motoko Storytime:  • “Mrs. Rosemary Asked about You” by Donald Davis • “The Broncho Twister’s Prayer” by Joe Harrington • “Soul in Hawk” by Bill Lepp • “Somebody’s Gone” by Michael Reno Harrell