A poem

When I grow intimate with the source of all that is, drawn near to its energy and love, there’s nothing left to do but rest. In a life of must do’s and should’s, this is a refuge, an interlude, a chance to let the mystery enfold me.

~ Danna Faulds, “Interlude”

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