Bird in a High Tree

Sumner Lake SP, NM—When I hear the birds sing in the morning, when I gaze out at the juniper trees and cacti living so peacefully in the desert, when I see the flowers all having turned toward the sun, I sometimes think, “What is this thing called Life?”

From a rational point of view, life makes no sense. Shouldn’t everything just be a bunch of sand and rocks? Isn’t that where random events lead?

From a mystic’s point of view, Life—the will that lies behind each organism, that drives each organism—is a powerful reminder of the Divine.

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3 thoughts on “Life

  1. Life makes perfect sense from both a rational an mystic point of view. Having lived exclusively in both worlds, I’ve finally come to the realization that it is in the blending of the two that everything finally comes into focus.

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