The Cup of Life

as empty
vessels waiting
for God to fill us.
Overflowing with the
wine of life-giving spirit,
refilling our cups as we use
our gifts and replenish them anew,
we prepare ourselves to return to God.

I wrote this 100th post during a quiet Lenten retreat at Belmont, the lovely home and studio of Gari Melchers, where we looked at images of God in art and photography to better understand our own image of God and to look inside ourselves.  It was wonderful time for insight and reflection.

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2 Responses to The Cup of Life

  1. Catherine Hicks says:

    So glad you got to go to that retreat. It sounded wonderful.

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