If I were free of vulnerability

Blue heron in late day sun, Trappist Abbey pond, Carlton, Oregon, 2017

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If I lived a life free of vulnerability, I’d never experience …

the kindness of strangers
the skill of attentiveness
the art of the possible
the craft of imagination
the invitation of trust
the hope of grace
the blessing of aloneness
the sense of discovery
the thrill of not knowing
the escape of pride
the journey of faith
the risk of adventure
the death of small self
the birth of larger self
the edge of the unknown

… in other words, the Mystery we call GOD.

Living as Jesus willingly lived: this is the vulnerable life, all in the cause of Costly Love.

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