2nd Sunday of Lent (A)
A symphony of collected works from mystics, theologians, biblical scholars and spiritual writers fill the shelves of our home library.
At times like these I long to hear the first notes of those who have done the work of listening and who have transcribed the delicate tones of their spiritual experiences into timeless classics. People like Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, John O’Donohue, C.S. Lewis, Kathleen Norris, Thomas Merton, Carlo Carretto, Rainer Maria Rilke, (just to name a few—honestly too many to list) of the diverse living and deceased writers whose books inspire me to listen, to block out the current cacophony and attune myself to the sometimes silent voice of God.
This Lent in particular, I find myself reaching for Continue reading “Really Listen”