Spiritual Conversation with Jacqueline Claire
Lots of Baha’i musicians are sharing videos of their songs to cheer people up during the pandemic. But what about visual artists?
Jacqueline Claire Leal, a Baha’i in New Braunfels, Texas, has launched a podcast, Spiritual Conversation, in which she draws (pun intended) from her artistic process as well as life experiences and her faith for insights.
The first episode of the podcast is titled “Spiritual Resilience in the Time of COVID-19” and runs about 12 minutes. You can listen here — or on any of eight podcast platforms, using the search term “Jacqueline Claire.”
Leal calls the Spiritual Conversation series “a place to explore ideas and inspiration to help us all align with our spiritual purpose and live our best lives, no matter what challenges might be thrown our way.”
She adds, “I hope you will join me in authentic, uplifting discussions to equip us with tools, compassion and insight to help us navigate this life with creativity and grace.”
Leal also is creating a subscription project called 19 Days of Hope. It’s a series of daily emails starting March 30 “to help us be uplifted, happy, connected, ready to serve and full of hope during this uncertain time.”