Gratitude reflects on the faithful presence of God in our lives.
As we reflect on God being with us, we live in hope.
We pause to give thanks for real moments.
Blessings and gifts that we experience in real time and space.
As we do, we find gratitude knows no bounds.
Intermingling past, present and future; it becomes a spring of ‘timeless’ hope.
His faithfulness becomes a place of comfort and familiarity.
As well as a place of surprise and new beginnings.
A freedom song stirs.
It’s no longer my job to hold all things together. He does.
“Say that your main crop is the forest that you did not plant, that you will not live to harvest.” Manifesto:The Mad Farmer Liberation Front by Wendell Berry