Living in the moment together
Updated: Mar 14, 2021
The feeling of having stopped 'doing' and living in a moment together with others was amazingly long lasting. Along with the memory of contributions, that I hadn't thought about or considered from that viewpoint.
At our recent meeting I mentioned the adoration of each other, which I had been struck by when I heard Michael Harding say it. I’m between a kind of faith, conditioned from childhood, which I can’t and don’t want to shake off. Working alongside this, is a need to try to reach something deeper. The advent events were genial and non superficial; what unfolded was authentic. That’s how the adoration of each other resonates for me. A sensation of connection, to the people there, and the opening up of perspectives, that seem to bring me closer to that potential. I think it’s a good way to keep trying, thank you all.