“This is what I am gambling on — the gospel of one life at a time, please, here, now, in all it’s power and mystery and suffering and joy, that we might find our own prophets in poetry and paintings who are not afraid of the questions that plague us.”
Leap :: Terry Tempest Williams
And so life shifts. The rise demands I give-up and allow the wash-away. The fall does not pity me, I must learn how to mourn and let go.
The plague has arrived and here I am with remnants of life as I knew it dying on the ground. And all along I thought the smeared blood on my door frame saved the occupants of my inner house.
Uncertainty crowns my head and yet I take the gamble; I want to believe the gospel:
one life at a time, please, here, now in all it’s power and mystery and suffering and joy.