Monday, March 19, 2007

Sunday moment

gathered around communion last evening
a question arose
when did the confines of our imprisonment
become so comfortably familiar
that we no longer desire
to choose freedom

and is not reaching for the abundant life
rejecting what communion is all about

and if so
what does that say about our relationship
with the One who desires to commune with us

the glory of God
is the human person
fully alive

human beings are a mixture of the presence of God
and the absence of God
Jean Vanier

we create through our choices

the images of possibilities as carved in stone and rock
hidden forever
under the sea
unless our choices call them into being
until they become visible
become reality

it is not so important as to what you achieve
as to what kind of human being you are becoming
while you seek to achieve
Jack Frost

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