My hope for you

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Table of contents: October 7, 2012

Monday, September 6, 2010

The Seeker

you seek to love
and be loved
the security of
union's acceptance a
longing for ecstasy and
self's completion
it is far more than
finite love can deliver
imagination's limitless boundaries
pushing desire beyond its
confined expressions
the Reality is that
it is I
who seek you
it is for you
that I hunger
awake or asleep
working or at rest
anxious or at peace
alone or in a crowd
close or far away
friend or enemy
it is your heart I treasure
your being
for which I long
a union infinite
like Me
you question My meaning
can this be true?
am I really like I say I am?
you think
maybe for others
not for me
for you know your
weakness and poverty
especially in your
secret inner space
I do not utter
empty words
they express
My tender intention
the truth of
who I Am
it was for you
I bore the burden
for you
that my hands
and feet were pierced
a witness of
My Love for you
as I looked
into your eyes
and said
I thirst

-Is "finite love" ultimately not fulfilling?  Why/not?
-How is the love of Jesus different than our love for one another?
-How are they related?
-Do you think people tend to question God's Love for them? Why/not?
-How can we receive His Love for us?
-What does it mean here that Jesus says "I thirst"?
-How is He calling you to respond to Him?
-How can you communicate this reality to others?

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for this beautiful reflection... I love how at every chapel of the Missionaries of Charity, they have the words "I thirst" posted by the crucifix...