Friday, March 30, 2012
"It seems a natural thing to do in loss and grief, to light even a single candle. I had done so many times throughout the year. A miraculous glow spreads around that flame. It may shine in a chapel, where people leave their silent prayers burning at the feet of the saint, or simply on a windowsill at home. This must be an old, old desire in us--a necessity in us--to see the surprising power in one small flame of light to dispel the dark."
Barbara Helen Berger from AN OFFERING OF FLAMES: Lighting a candle, we light the world.
I have experienced the same in the many vigils I've attended in front of death houses and other places where folk gather to say no to killing.
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Posted by CN at 2:43 AM