Saturday, November 29, 2008

Noble Prayer

I found the noble prayer of contentment in the heart. Resting in the presence of the morning fog that made its way into the valley and the bright sun shining through to reveal water droplets hanging off the fresh blades of green grass. It feels like an act of worship for being in the clear unfolding of the day. A day of new beginnings and old bones rooted to the dynamic ground of existence. An experience of the root plexus with no urgency but still in the spiritual passion for the brilliancy of constant renewal. It's like a prayer being answered with the peaceful present of being completely human. And it's not that it was really asked for it was just simply found in the ordinary.
~Jordan G.

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