Mercy is not a virtue that you choose to put on one day. Mercy has to be your deepest way of seeing, a generosity of spirit that draws from your identity, your deepest dignity, which is love. It is basically a worldview of abundance, wherein I do not have to withhold, protect, or hoard myself.
The word blessing takes its root in the latin verb: Benedicere, to speak well of (Bene—well; dicere—to speak). Therefore, to bless someone is, in the end, to speak well of him or her.
Far from naïveté, the beginner’s mind is a form of wise simplicity. Catherine Dowling
We are made for transcendence and endless horizons. Rohr
“…To be here requires attention, listening, and gazing deeply without assaulting each thing seen with a conclusion…” Cheryl Sanders-Sardello