Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I’ll meet you there.
When the soul lies down in that grass, the world is too full to talk about.
I lean toward the day when the phrase “I’ll meet you there” is once again in our civil discourse.
By example- let us make it so.
(PHOTO: HANS BRAXMEIER)
Make me an instrument of gratefulness.
Guide me to the way of mercy and love that leads to peace;
That I may guide others to abundant life.
For the sake of healing my own heart and healing the world.
Quote: Diana Butler Bass
Image: French Broad River, Hot Springs NC
A bird is safe in its nest — but that is not what its wings are made for.
We fly with wings that make us unique – each of us.
Out of our safety zone, we stretch to seek solidarity, speak out for equality, and compassionately gather the lost and deserted.
These wings carry us further than ever imagined and so we must learn to fly, living each moment by faith.
It would be so easy to stay nestled in the safety of all that is familiar. Yet within the warmth and comfort of that nest we grow to understand its importance.
We must fly to ensure the same safety for all.
Quote: Amit Ray
Photo: David Clode