April 13, 2014 Reflection

The essence of everything we are and believe in is shared at
length today. A feast has to first be seen in its entirety,
with the awestruck sense of all it holds seen in the heart, before
the small bites can be taken, tasted, and understood. The
bite-size pieces of sustenance come as we will live the Last
Supper, walk the Stations on Good Friday, and watch Jesus
crucified. Until those known moments, listen deeply to
where you need to “sit” in the story; open your eyes to how
you need to grow and which character you might be, and
wait in trust that all can be given to God and made new.