Original Goodness (next day repost)

Preternatural gifts… predispose our privilege for zealous communion. We are one with God and perfect for each other… stewards sharing creation. In the image and likeness… we co-create, cooperate, and accommodate. Forked-tongue temptation harvests the quid pro quo… and makes us selfish. Instead, we must cultivate our relationships… and be eternally grateful. Struggle with andContinue reading “Original Goodness (next day repost)”

Original Goodness

Preternatural gifts… predispose our privilege for zealous communion. We are one with God and perfect for each other… stewards sharing creation. In the image and likeness… we co-create, cooperate, and accommodate. Forked-tongue temptation harvests the quid pro quo… and makes us selfish. Instead, we must cultivate our relationships… and be eternally grateful. Struggle with andContinue reading “Original Goodness”

Remember

To dismember injures and rips us asunder, to remember submits and restores by healing. The disconnect disrupts creating division, to remember unites and enhances the bond. Clichés are empty words formulas are hopeless, to remember enjoins and creates communion. With wonder detachment fosters transformation, to remember renews and assures commitment. Yes, membership outlasts the emptinessContinue reading “Remember”

Carefulness

My Lady and My God, May we see with your eyes and hear with your ears, the needs and wants of our neighbor, Grant that we have the patience, courage, and strength, to love as you love. Engender in us the tenderness, kindness, and gentleness to promote communion with all things. Prevent us from hurtingContinue reading “Carefulness”

Listening

The essence of dialogue is to listen well. Being heard, explicitly promotes implicit communion. Listening nurtures our story and opens our eyes. Listening sustains our being and bridges our souls. To listen well chooses life… To give our ear finds love… To take in another’s Word – initiates wholeness. Being quiet attunes the soul. ToContinue reading “Listening”

Communion with the Divine

Be with us, God, when we draw near, your touch is neither severe nor fleeting.   Your arms and heart are open to us, penetrating and permeating with your will, tastes and temperament.   Be with us, God, when we draw near, your touch is gentle and ceaseless.   Your enveloping embrace holds us inContinue reading “Communion with the Divine”