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Sunday, January 25, 2009

Dance of the Trinity

"Prayer is not a one-sided relationship. It is not simply my longing for God but it is God's longing for me as well. Prayer is an awakening to the fact that the fulfillment of my life lies in God. God delights in his creation and loves each of us with a personal love. Therefore, prayer is God's desire to breathe in me, to be the Spirit of my life and to draw me into the fullness of life. When I pray, when I breathe with God, I become part of the intimacy of God's life. The Spirit of God who breathes within me draws me into the circle of love between the Father and Son. Through prayer I am drawn into the dance of the Trinity."



Source: Franciscan Prayer by Ilia Delio, OSF

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2 comments:

Tessa said...

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Little Scribe said...

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