It is a gift when we recognize that we are a part of the great fullness of Love, called to be present and, when we’re ready, realize the wonder of Love’s harmony.
“It is an almost unbearable shine of thankfulness that has been injected into our entirely normal looking lives.” ~Chris Haw, Keep Watch with Me Lenten Reader
“The universe is full of radiant suggestion.” ~Mary Oliver, Upstream
pondering the self-giving nature of creativity
“…wonder where God’s Spirit will next open your eyes to see someone in a new light, to see the Christ who is already in them.” ~Bishop Mark W. Holmerud, Sierra Pacific Synod of the ELCA
The notes from Richard Rohr go on to say “always in the direction of mercy and inclusivity.” I became aware this morning of reading them the other way, “inclusivity and mercy of direction in the Always, union divine.” I can’t help it… I’m wired to look at things from different angles.
Journaling the story of the road to Emmaus, used during last year’s Disciple Project. Check out the Disciple Project, a cross-cultural, cross-generational leadership school.