Andrew C. Backus
Let us find you in the glories and wonders of the world and in moments of great joy and ecstasy.
But most of all, let us find you in the commonplace: in that which we touch everyday. Let us find you in the familiar: in those whom we touch everyday. Let us find you in ourselves: at the center of our being.
Teach us in the careless, casual moments when we do not ask to be taught. And let us know that we are, indeed, part of the mystery. Amen.
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Last updated on Tuesday, February 19, 2013.
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