Silence is silver. (Shimmering, luminous, pregnant with possibilities.)
Silence is home to becoming.
There the unspeakable Mystery patiently and eternally waits for you . . . ready to reflect back the perfection of your true self, hiding in plain view.
According to Indian activist Mahatma Gandhi: In an attitude of silence the soul finds the path in a clear light, and what is elusive and deceptive resolves itself into crystal clearness.
British theologian James Martineau wrote: Silence is in truth the attribute of God, and those who seek Him from that side invariably learn that meditation is not the dream but the reality of life; not the illusion but its truth; not its weakness but its strength.
Silence beckons you to “Come know.”
Will you accept this sacred invitation?
by Helen Nolte
Photo Credit: Bartley Ranch on a July Afternoon, by Kris Marshall
As you go about your day, keep your eyes open.
What does “Silence” look like to you?
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