For Friday, March 25, 2016:
“The great road has no gate; a thousand crossings lead there.”
For those who observe it, today is Good Friday, the most somber day of the Christian liturgical calendar. Though I don’t go to church anymore, I do try to join in with the communion’s thoughts and prayers as we prepare to enter into the mysteries of this day and those that follow. So I will leave you with the koan above – I think it’s appropriate. Maybe you can find a poem there, or a meditation reflection if you feel so called.
Back tomorrow … Many blessings!