Gazing at the sunset Changed my mood Here was food For the soul To be made whole By gazing On transcendence And infinite horizons. Inspired by Richard Rohr: “We are made for transcendence and endless horizons”
It’s not just about morality And it’s not just about rituals But a love that goes deeper Into your soul And how that connects you Like a cross With the wonder of God Of neighbour And of infinite beloved Cosmos.
A vision Of a million souls ~ Parched and anxious, Wandering ~ And all I had Was water to give ~ The water Of wisdom and of love ~ Replenished From the invisible source ~ I seek each day That is unending ~ Is infinite And is from eternity.
~ Walk through That gateway ~ In mind That runs ~ Through everyday Experience ~ Into a world So infinite ~ Only God Understands ~ Learn From what the world ~ Has to say As it still cries ~ Shouts Whispers ~ Screams Rages ~ Its messages Of grace. ~
~ In the beginning Was the mystery ~ Behind the word Trinity ~ God infinite For all eternity. ~
~ Intimacy With the infinite ~ How beyond Our expectations ~ That this life Would be more ~ Than mere existence Would be resurrection. ~ Image by Widi S from Pixabay
~ God made all To be infinite ~ Each flower Each tree ~ Each has its moment In eternity ~ That is part Of life’s ~ Glorious Daily mystery. ~ Image by Tim Hill from Pixabay
A door opens in the center of our being and we seem to fall through it into immense depths which, although they are infinite, are all accessible to us; all eternity seems to have become ours in this one placid and breathless contact. God touches us with a touch that is emptiness and empties us. … Continue reading Inspiring Quotations: A door opens in the centre of our being
. With deep and infinite sight . We glimpse the glory and the light . Preparing us for more . The fountain pours eternally . Where shines the divine mystery . The face of God whom we adore. . Inspired by the writings of Thomas Traherne .
~ Learn To look ~ For the infinite The positive ~ The good Which may become ~ Your daily Spiritual food. ~ Inspired by Richard Rohr: "We have to be taught how to look for anything infinite, positive or good..." - in 'Immortal Diamon' ~ Image by Erich Wirz from Pixabay