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Wisdom speaks

Walking under a canopy of oak and elm trees along a blacktop road, I found myself praying–literally verbal prayers spoken to the sky that peaked through the leaves. But the prayers were not really to the sky; they were to the divine beyond the sky.

The words, though spoken aloud, are private between the speaker and listener, but an interesting thing happened as I reached the end of the canopy. I heard an owl hoot off to the left ahead. It was the only sound. And I thought of the owl that must have uttered the sound, and I thought of wisdom, which, of course, is another way of naming God. Two simple words came to my mind, “Wisdom speaks.”

That is no simple thought; that is magnificence.

Then another owl off to my right hooted back to the first. Wisdom not only speaks, wisdom hears.

Sometimes it does not take much to be enough.

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This entry was posted on March 26, 2012 by in Spirituality and tagged , , , , .
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