“What kind of water might be the continuous source of its own replenishment?” —Cynthia Bourgeault, Mystical Hope
Am I a vessel,
clay willing to hold lightly
the changing waters?
It was a gift this past weekend to be in the joyful presence of Gena Davis. This morning’s page is a reflection of listening to my soul’s current and persistent question, connecting things related to that question that make me say “hmm”, and trusting intuition to bring it all home. And now, my haiku:
Sense that golden thread
that holds all things together?
Behold Love’s Matrix.
“We must… give ourselves to the resurrection of a Movement that can unite black, white and brown people to address the systemic sin of poverty in our nation.” ~ William Barber II and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, Keep Watch with Me Lenten Reader
Cynthia Bourgeault’s “vessel for the Trinitarian creativity” brings to mind St. Francis’s “instrument of your peace.”
“…to work for a world in which no one thirsts. For such a holy calling the crucified and risen Christ frees and sends us out together this day.” ~Presiding Bishop Emeritus Mark S. Hanson, ELCA
notes from an amazing TED talk by Phil Hansen