Lighting the Candle of Hope

November 24, 2014

I we continually experience incompleteness and expect or wait or hope? If so, is that expectaion or waiting or hoping a realization or a fulfillment or even salvation?


I we continually expereince incompleteness and blame or seize or drown? If so, is that blaming or seizing or drowning a realization or a fulfillment or even salvation?


In this Advent season, the four weeks in which we prepare for the coming of God among us as the babyJesus  that needs to be nurtured into wholeness, I choose to light the candle of hope. I chose to wait for rather than demand now, I choose to be in the process not insist on the product, I choose to go into the night and all it brings and hope for that light that comes on Christmas.



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