“Sometimes there’s doubts
When the dogs they bark
And you’re not sure
What is in the dark.
I start to cry
but then the wind goes by
To carry us through.”
~ Sarah Masen, Carry Us Through
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Posted by speculator at 1:44 PM
Labels: Johannes Tauler, monastic despatch, pilgrimage, silence, stillness, typecast, unburdening, Weston Priory
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It is true that is so easy to want to do everything, to never stop. I tend to go insane with the possibilities of what to do in a day or week, yet the only sanity lies in the quote you supplied: "Our will must die in order to bring forth union with God".
One of your best posts, Abraham. It blessed me.
a good read.
i agree with the idea of the quote.
and the photo images...
the best water sky shot ever.
and the light in the last shot,
on the paper, and desk, with the flame of the candle, a real typewriter, the open window,
the motion of the hands...
it has heart warming feeling to me for some reason.
"our will must die in order to bring forth union with God." I am always learning this everyday...the hard way of course!
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