Thursday, December 2, 2021

I thought you would visit me in the time before dawn. You beckon me to come to you, out into the world and its activity.

Do I take the shortcut to town center? You send me, nudge by nudge, the long way around where I meet all the ones who prepare the day.

How else to learn empathy, than to be with others? Left to myself, I would have sat alone.

You beckon me. I draw nigh to you.

O thank you, Lord.

(Letter #2,518)