Merton on Nature, Solitude, and Prayer

Words to seriously reflect upon as we experience climate change

Pastor Michael Moore's Blog

A gardenia flower in the rain in front of our house

Sometimes Thomas Merton’s words are all I need to hear. This is one of those times!

Let me seek, then, the gift of silence and poverty, and solitude, where everything I touch is turned into prayer: where the sky is my prayer, the birds are my prayer, the wind in the trees is my prayer, for God is all in all. (Thoughts in Solitude, p. 194)

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