Contemplation frees the organized to set other ways of movement into play. Like love, it is patient. Eventually most come to see it as kind.
Contemplation doesn’t keep attendance or score. Whether you wear its colors in the stands or visit occasionally with flowers as though it were a grave, contemplation will treat you like a child, its child.
Contemplation does not accept currency. So you who are well-read, ardent, broken or profound, leave your shoes at the door. You stand on holy ground.
On View: Untitled, by D. Davis. As seen in the ‘Los Angeles Visual Preludes 2009’, presented to The General Convention of The Episcopal Church, Anaheim. The Rev. Gabriel Ferrer, Producer.