Ways of Seeing

Just as there are many ways of being in a place, there are also many ways of seeing. To be and to see as Christ, we lessen our focus on the immediacy of our personal circumstance. To be and to see as Christ, we empty our minds into our hearts and we wait. In time, in God’s time, we experience a displacement at the center. The vastness of the interior indwelling God that we encounter begins its dynamic interaction with our waking consciousness. And our own purpose, our contribution to the life and work of the world, becomes clear.

-Mel Ahlborn

On View: Communion, Oil on linen, 1998, by Camilla Brunschwyler Armstrong

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