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A prayer on the threshold of the year
Dear God, are we ready for a new year? Already it is at hand, already it has arrived on distant shores and makes its way towards us like a steam ship, like a migration. Time, your creature, our sibling and companion, orbits us.
How will we greet it: as a child of your mercy or an angel of your justice or an incarnation of your endurance? Continue reading
Posted in current events, poetry, prayer Tagged Matthew 24:37-39, Matthew 6:34, new year resolutions, New Year's Eve, psalm 118:24 Leave a comment
The action of turning the calendar page is a challenge to understand how each day anchors us in that moment between the gravity of time and the weightlessness of eternity. Continue reading
Posted in prayer, story Tagged creation, Ecclesiastes 1:9, eternity, Genesis 1, psalm 118:24, time 1 Comment
This, too, is the day that the Lord has made; shall we, then, be glad in it?
Posted in holy days, poetry Tagged Good Friday, haiku, joy, psalm 118:24, sorrow Leave a comment