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Finding God

In the early evening we see the stars begin to appear as the sun disappears over the horizon. The light of day gives way to the darkness of night. A stillness, a healing quiet comes over the landscape. It’s a moment when some other world makes itself known, a numinous presence beyond human understanding. We experience the vast realms of space overwhelming the limitations of our human minds. As the sky turns golden and the clouds reflect the blazing colors of evening, we participate for a moment in the forgiveness, the peace, the intimacy of things with each other.

– Thomas Berry, The Great Community of Earth

. . . the sky turns golden and the clouds reflect the blazing colors of evening . . .

. . . the sky turns golden and the clouds reflect the blazing colors of evening . . .

Posted by opreach on May 2, 2013
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  1. 05/5/2013

    Pat, you see with an artist’s eye.

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    • 05/5/2013

      Thanks! I enjoy taking the photos, and I enjoy the post processing. Most of all I enjoy it when others do to!

      Reply

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