Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Pick Up the Pieces, The Triology Concludes
After I "picked up the pieces" of the broken glass in my yard last Saturday, Lady Allwinky and myself drove down the Ohio River by our house on the way to dinner. This inspiring sunset caught our attention and of course, I had to get out of the car and take a picture. It was only in reading a daily devotional that evening, God Calling, by A.J. Russell, who recounts the locutions given to "The Two Listeners" in a daily format, that I understood why. I conclude this Triology by quoting:
"Think of My trees stripped of their beauty, pruned, cut, disfigured, bare, but through the dark, seemingly dead branches flows silently, secretly, the spirit-life-sap, till lo with the the sun of Spring comes new life, leaves, bud, blossom, fruit, but oh, fruit a thousand times better for the pruning. Trust, never be afraid, never cease to rejoice in joy."
Sir Hook of Warrick
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