Day 10 I honestly didn’t do anything. I rested the whole day, and for that I truly give thanks.
But if I take into consideration what I have done this day, may I remember that today is a feast day. The Transfiguration. Today I watched seven women become baptized members of the church. I felt the Spirit move between and among us. We got to wait in quiet contemplation and in a little uncomfortable silence.
Lord, bless these women. Help them in the paths that lie before them. I don’t know what choices they’ll have to make, what obstacles they have to overcome, but I give them love, though this love I extend compares naught to the infinite power of Yours.
Our community is so small, but I hope the impact of all the little acts of kindness, the abundance of tender mercies, and the radical hospitalities that appear when we least expect it radiate a greater power than the sum of all that is done outside of Love. May goodness overcome all evil.
Thank you for all my blessings. Bless my family and my home. Bless all those I love dearly and those I love whom I shall never meet. The glory is Yours.