Intentions: I have started facilitating a contemplative writing group. Each week, I offer the participants a “writing prompt”: a poem, a story, a short text. The prompt is meant to evoke a thought, memory, idea that then becomes a written piece. Prompts can uncover surprises, challenges, new depths. Since I started this group, everything I see and experience and read has become a potential prompt. Not only a prompt for the group, but an everyday prompt that invites me to see the sacred everywhere, and often write about it. A surprising and often delightful (sometimes unnerving) development.