Monday, June 09, 2008

From Sacred Space, This Week

"Jesus said, ‘Take up your cross.' (Mark 8:34-35) It is not something you go looking for in faraway places. Sooner or later the Lord hands us a cross, and our job is to recognise it. For each of us there are events that made a difference. Our sorrowful mysteries will be different for each reader. Maybe it was a meeting with a friend, a lover or an enemy. Maybe it was a sickness, or a triumph. We try to see our life through the eyes of faith, with a confidence that God in his Providence can draw good out of the most awful and unwelcome happenings. This is true wisdom, to find a faith that can carry us through darkness, doubt, and suffering. They call it the mystical phase of religious development, and many of you who form the Sacred Space community are there."

Ever thought something was written with you in mind? Makes the hairs stand up on the back of your neck, doesn't it?
Clematis "John Paul II" growing on an east facing fence, looking towards Poland. Click on the picture to enlarge then save to your screen saver.

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