It is easier to gaze into the sun, than into the face of the mystery of God. Such is its beauty and its radiance.
Hildegard of Bingen
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The mystery of God hugs you in its all-encompassing arms.
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Even in a world that's being shipwrecked, remain brave and strong.
Glance at the sun. See the moon and stars. Gaze at the beauty of the green earth. Now think.
The Word is living, being, spirit, all verdant greening, all creativity. This Word manifests itself in every creature.
Everything that is in the heavens, on earth, and under the earth is penetrated with connectedness, penetrated with relatedness.
Be not lax in celebrating. Be not lazy in the festive service of God. Be ablaze with enthusiasm. Let us be an alive, burning offering before the altar of God.
A human being is a vessel that God has built for himself and filled with his inspiration so that his works are perfected in it.
Every creature is a glittering, glistening mirror of Divinity.
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