Friday, May 13, 2011

The Feast of God's Presence

We go to work, prepare lunches, have the car repaired, mow the lawn […] mend cut fingers, argue with adolescents, care for our parents […] we make little decisions and big ones, decide where to live, what to buy, what to save, who to elect president. […] In all of this, we should find no impediments to the inner, contemplative life, rather we should find opportunities, not disruptions, but invitations […] to a feast of God’s presence among us. ~James Warnke

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