Nothing actually stands between saying, “The river sang,” and “It was as if the river sang,” other than a set of rigid rules that forbids the former from being more than a metaphor. -Fr. Stephen Freeman
Thursday, November 19, 2009
Prayers of Kierkegaard, II
Lord Jesus Christ Who suffered all life long that I, too, might be saved, and Whose suffering still knows no end, This, too, wilt Thou endure: saving and redeeming me, this patient suffering of me with whom Thou hast to do— I, who so often go astray.