Read, Mark, Learn, and Inwardly Digest


Just now
Always so
Truly so
The light will come out of the darkness
Out of all the struggles a great light will come
A new you too
In the harshest cold the weather is sunny
We mourn with those who experience the hardships of winter, may we commit to help them
The eye of the storm and in the shadows of death
May we fear no one but God
May we learn not to fear
Live on in winter, summer, spring and autumn
Spring (imagine that)
Into the moment
Heart and mind and soul and strength
One God
One Aim
One Destiny
One one one

Image above and on front-page mastheads: Read, Mark, Learn, and Inwardly Digest by Roberta Karstetter (as seen in current ECVA exhibition, Advent 2013: a photographic journey).

Words above by The Rev. Mark Bozzuti-Jones, Trinity Wall Street.

Comments (1)

Thank you for featuring my photograph from the recent ECVA Exhibition! Great poem with it too! Thanks again!

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