The busyness of the first wave of the September term is beginning to subside; I can return to musing, reflecting and writing.
I had the privilege this past summer to attend a truly remarkable live performance of “The Sound of Music”. I have seen the movie on a number of different occasions; the live performance was by far my best experience of this engaging musical drama.
The following morning, fresh from that uplifting performance, I am in Rainbow Park in the midst of something special. It’s a lively, sunny morning with dancing hummingbirds, flower beds decked in a riot of colours, squirrels dropping cone
bombs from a nearby spruce tree -probably beginning to stock up for the coming winter. Strains of “the hills are alive with the sound of music”, float through my head. On this day not only the hills but all of creation seemed to be infused with life; alive with the live and energy of the God of creation.
In the grande finale to the book of Psalms [Old Testament] the writer encourages: “Let everything that has breath, praise the Lord…”
A conspiracy is afoot to reveal the Creator but we have to be paying attention to get it… to see it.
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