Friday, September 2, 2016

This Road, Or That?



"Oft, as he jogs along the Winding Way,
occasion comes for every man to say
'this road - or that?' and as he chooses then,
so shall his journey end in Night or Day.

"We can easily understand that we would never be contented with a God or with a Religion fully within the scope of our limited comprehension. We may possess what appears to be vast knowledge and extensive learning, but we must not forget that we are finites governed by the Infinite...

"We need not preach; we need do nothing extraordinary. We need not be in the public eye; we need hold no important position. Each one is important in his own right, for we have a great work to do, if we are to be Warriors and fight heroically for Christ."

(from Listening to the Indwelling Presence, compiled by a Religious, Pellegrini, 1940, pp. 201-202)

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