Gentle yourself in stillness for there is much work to be done


I will gentle myself in stillness that though the storm around me might still rage and howl, my spirit shall settle. There is work to be done. Important work for us all. Historic work, critical work, the work of peacemakers and truth tellers. 
I will gentle myself in stillness that the passions inside me may settle for this moment and allow for clarity and good judgment. Around me the storm rages and howls and makes it hard to hear each voice crying out, and those voices must be heard. 
I will gentle myself in stillness for there is much work to be done and I will need to bring everything I have within me into this storm to help birth this change in the world. 

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2 thoughts on “Gentle yourself in stillness for there is much work to be done”

  1. The task of being mindful, becoming quiet within ourselves can be difficult, challenging, and at times seemingly a waste of time. A waste of time? NOT! Being still, listening to the voice of our loving God quietly, peacefully, patiently will in time clear away all the ambient noise, and distractions of our lives, and allow us to see and hear clearly what we feel and know in our hearts, and how to respond to the voice of God, our inner, gentle, guiding voice.

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