“When I found your words, I devoured them; they became my joy and the happiness of my heart, because I bore your name, O Lord, God of hosts.” – 117 more words
Tags » Contemplative Christianity
“Martha, burdened with much serving, came to him and said, “Lord, do you not care that my sister has left me by myself to do the serving? 250 more words
My life is a tree, a standing silence in the wordless sky.
Grounded simply in the fullness of earth.
Growing full in the love of light radiating from those who attend with me through the forest of life. 204 more words
Can I feel this treasure more deeply within me today?
Can I awake to its presence in my life, holding me no matter what I think, feel, do or say? 71 more words
The depth and fullness of divine mercy hold my life through life difficulties and storms, reminding me I am Not that which I observe about myself or about my situation. 21 more words
Beneath my fragmented personality, I see a pristine wholeness – a place of peace untouched by my lifetime of choices and desires.
A Real Center in Christ that has always been destined for love. 53 more words
I wish to grow in Understanding so to discover and discern ever deeper levels of meaning – in life, in scripture, in Eucharist, in others, in everything. 22 more words