Lila and Maya

mingle in the garden to

reveille mystery


When light breaches rock, it still may only play with the exposed surfaces. Eventually, even those must be crumbled away into dust. If the rock crumbles far enough, it might eventually serve as nourishment for new life. When light penetrates the living, it illuminates both the surfaces and the hidden aspects of being, providing sustenance and strength to that which is rooted in rocky earth.

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2 Responses to Transparency

  1. mushroom says:

    Very timely for me. I was thinking of transparency this morning as I was reading Psalm 32 — thinking how deceptive I can be, almost without stopping to consider what I’m doing. Of course, your comment on OC the other day about light and transparency was what got me started in the first place.

  2. julie says:

    That’s one of the things that I love about the dialog. Something someone says at one place can set off a chain reaction of insight, and we never never know who or how it’ll touch.

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