2 thoughts on “St Isaac

  1. This is a busy world and we have to learn to make time for silence. Sometimes I schedule it in my calendar. (the computer reminds me). When Elijah was in the mountain cleft waiting for God to come by, it wasn’t in the thunder, the wind, but in a tiny whisper. We will never hear the whispers if we aren’t quiet enough. I’ve heard them in Eucharistic Devotion. (not often, but make the time)

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    • Thank You for sharing, Roberta! In a very similar manner, I set the various alarms on my phone to ring throughout the day to announce that the periods of precious silence are at hand! How can we resist opportunities offered by God such as these to come away for a while just to be with Him alone?!

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