Reflection for December 6, 2017

We can find all that is necessary in the present moment.  If we have abandoned ourselves to God, there is only one rule for us: the duty of the present moment. “What does this moment ask of me?” is always the right question.

     Abandonment to Divine Providence, Jean-Pierre de Caussade

                                                                   French Jesuit (1675 – 1751)


When Paul says to “pray always” he can’t mean to walk around praying or chanting psalms all day.  Prayer is a total-life stance.  It is a way of being present in the world in which we are present to the Presence and present to the Presence in all things.

                                                                A Spring Within Us, Richard Rohr


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