This morning (the Feast of St. Andrew) during our morning prayer, Sister Millie reflected on the Gospel reading. She talked about those who fish, and how sensitive they become to the movement of the water – the movement of the fish – the movement of the boat. Perhaps that helps create in them a sensitivity to the Spirit. Could that be why they were able to drop their nets and follow so suddenly (seemingly) and completely. They may have been predisposed by their practice.
What is my practice? Am I as attentive to my “practice” as these fishermen were?
[Jesus] said to them,
“Come after me, and I will make you fishers of people.”
At once they left their nets and followed him.
– Matthew 4:19-20
Love that reflection on the sensitivity of the fisherpeople! thank you!
No, I don’t think I’m that sensitive to every ripple in the water! But I’m working at it
Thanks for your comment. Lookin’ for the Ripples . . . One could write a poem . . . or a homily about that!