Author: mardi-regbigpond-com-au

The God Bearers

Better than the golden journey to Samarkand no less arduous, but more profound, is the apprenticeship in divine things and the satisfaction it brings. Its beginnings are haphazard, from here an idea, from there, a song appears, a book you read, a person you met, the mild persistence of the Godly set. The wind in your face, a touch of grace, you`re on your way to a sacred place. Still removed from the inward fire you`re on the scent, your heart aspires: God can be made more evident like shafts of sunlight in the heavenly...

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May hope rise again

A rainbow in the misty air, diamonds in a woman`s hair, incense rising to the light, the moon brightening the sky at night, music in the room, a candle in the gloom. May current skepticism wane, may hope rise again, through the door open wide may light pour inside. Reg...

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Converging Destinies

Muslims find their new home in Australia, Australia finds its new home as the Tasmania of Asia. Old empires withdraw away, new ones come, for their allotted time, to stay. The old empire was English speaking, fraternal, the new grouping has other traditions, not hostile, but different; it will be our new encompassing reality. Australia is ready, it is integrated there economically, it is well educated, with strong civic institutions, but its soul is starting to suffer, unhelped by substitutions for its sense of the more deeply spiritual gone. Surely those who have abandoned themselves to God know that He has not forsaken us; they have felt his support. There are a hundred ways that can be reported, but best, delicately intimated. Then the Tasmania at the bottom of Asia will be a reservoir of spiritual power. Reg...

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