Silence engenders the space called, so evocatively and beautifully by David Steindl-Rast, the Benedictine monk, "God bathing." In God bathing, the body is still, speech is silent, the mind is at peace. One bathes in the presence of, the very Being of God.

Kathleen Dowling Singh in The Grace in Dying by Kathleen Dowling Singh


To Practice This Thought:
Set aside a special time for God bathing.


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