And when you hear the verse from the Book of Genesis, “and God saw that it was very good” what in particular is very good for you? A poem or a work of art? Someone you love, the place, a moment in time? Jeanne Trapp, a meditator from the US responds.
I’m Jeanne Trapp here from Ohio.
I apologise for reading this to you, but for the purpose of accuracy in as much as the thoughts may not be for me, per se, I sense the necessity to do so.
‘Incorporating the gifts of nature sun, stars, ocean, mountains, forests to desert, et cetera and its divine purity and honesty within the divine word through the process of effectively putting into our own language words to reflect and share the beginning of understanding one of the gifts of the Holy Spirit of Jesus Christ, who is divine love in conjunction with Holy Eucharistic Oneness, with the truth, the way and our life.
Referencing history’s story…
In the beginning was the word and the word was made flesh and dwelt and wells amongst us.’
And when you hear the verse from the Book of Genesis, “and God saw that it was very good” what in particular is very good for you?
Throughout this year’s series Beholding Divine Beauty – And God Saw that it was Very Good contemplative thinkers and leaders will reflect on Beauty, Goodness and the Act of Creation in all senses, including art, theology and social justice.
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