whole: day 22

Though I have never caught the word Of God from any calling bird, I hear all that the ancients heard. Though I have seen no deity Enter or leave a twilit tree, I see all that the seers see. A common stone can still reveal Something not stone, not seen, yet real. What may aContinue reading “whole: day 22”

whole: Sunday 4

Let us sit in this moment of God’s creating. Rest in its uniqueness; savor its potential. It is pregnant with new possibilities waiting to be born, God’s secrets not yet heard, God’s dreams not yet seen, God’s visions not yet realised. Let us sit and look and listen. Breathe in the fragrance  of its unfolding.Continue reading “whole: Sunday 4”

whole: day 12

It is the whole of nature, extending from the beginning to the end that constitutes the one image of God Who Is. St Gregory of Nyssa, On the creation of Man The language of God is life itself, and I live with the unquenchable need to take my life in my hands and try toContinue reading “whole: day 12”

day 18

What does it mean that Moses entered the darkness and then saw God in it? What is now recounted seems somehow to be contradictory to the first theophany, for then the divine was beheld in light but now He is seen in darkness. Let us not think that this is at variance with the sequenceContinue reading “day 18”