Without silence the Spirit will die in us and the creative energy of our life will float away and leave us alone, cold, and tired. Without silence we will lose our center and become the victim of the many who constantly demand our attention.
Peace and wisdom,
A reminder on this silent Saturday. The day before…
“He (Robert Lax, pictured above) believed the value of slowness featured a strong practical side befitting one to whom people came with intractable life problems.
He believed that if you slowed down and waited, things would reveal themselves to you, you would get put on the right path. He was interested in something that was sure over something that was quick. Most of us want to make a decision and move on. He didn’t think moving on had a great value. He wanted to know what was true and what was right, and that involved slowing down.”
Michael N. McGregor, Pure Act: The Uncommon Life of Robert Lax