God’s glory is on tour in the skies, God-craft on exhibit across the horizon. Madame Day holds classes every morning, Professor Night lectures each evening. -Psalm 19:1-2
There is beauty in silence. There are some things that cannot be translated from spirit to flesh. Trying only dumbs. Breathe the peace of knowing that Spirit can understand Spirit. Those who will get it, will get it when they know how to listen.
Stop struggling to put words to what no combination of words can adequately articulate. You’re only speaking to be heard because you believe that if you’re heard, you’ll be approved. God asks things of you that take you out of the wrapping. He asks you to love when love is offensive. Practice letting go of your need to be understood.
Breathe in. Let Life swirl within you. Breath out. Let your exhale settle you.
Let compassion and love allow you to see beauty in the cracks and fissures. Let warmth radiate from you as you administer healing with a soft breath.
Whisk away the words with the back of your hand. The inadequacy of language frustrates the mouthpiece.
The Spirit lucidly speaks what only itself fully understands. The eyes of the flesh, the windows to the soul, look at each other as if to say, ‘You know?”
Breath deeply. Exhale fully. We can hear you.
Here is my smiling nod to answer, ‘Yes, I know.’
Their words aren’t heard, their voices aren’t recorded, But their silence fills the earth: unspoken truth is spoken everywhere. –Psalm 19:3-4