We who are chosen for this revelation deeply appreciate the way our lives unfold.
All we know of God has been revealed to us. While we labour in the field of sweat, He massages our body so we would never get weary; while we ‘sit peaceful’ in the monastery garden, He appears in wildflowers as gentle and humble of heart; even while we scold our children, he covers them with his warm embrace.
We who are chosen for this revelation deeply appreciate the way our lives unfold; the way we find meaning in the things we do; and the protective care bestowed on us by our God. We want for nothing; we want no other life. Like children, we stand in awe.
There go I, but for the help of God; the ongoing revelation as we come to believe and trust in His providence. Before Him we sit every morning with our bowl of wanting; waiting for his outpouring of bounty. We cyar start the day without ‘him say so’.
Like children we know he will pass this way. We wait. Eager and boldface as wildflowers.