We only need to open our eyes and pay attention. Bloganuary asks “What is a treasure that’s been lost?” Well, it’s all around us. You’ve opened your eyes now, but you still have to go searching.
Some will find clues in quantum physics – that realm of discovery that allows for random, invisible, and transcendent leaps of matter that are beyond the disciplines of empirical knowledge, yet enhance a sense of connection.
Others will find clues in kanyini, the ancient Aboriginal wisdom that describes the caring, supporting, nurturing and responsibility-evoking sense of inter-connectedness of people, land and home.
Perhaps it is in the Hebrew notion of shalom, the harmony of all in balance, embracing God, creation and humanity in all its expressions.
Those in my own faith tradition will find it in the Word that was in the beginning and became flesh and dwelt amongst us, thus awakening the invitation to awareness and participation in an ever-expanding adventure of inner and outer transformation.
The treasure’s not lost – it’s ever within our reach.
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I like how you write. Trying to pinpoint why … you’re eloquent in a way that doesn’t go over my head. Lol
Thank you – this is indeed a compliment as I was sometimes critiqued that my public ministry went over people’s heads. It was usually when I “lifted the lid” on matters folk preferred to stay hidden! Looking forward to your travelog! 😀
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