Sometimes, you can almost see light,
You know what I mean?
Most of the time, you don’t see light,
You just see what light reveals.
But sometimes … light, real light, shines forth.
Sometimes you can see what cannot be seen.
And sometimes, it happens through another’s eyes.
You notice that they notice … and there it is.
And your heart leaps,
Any your jaw drops,
And you know, deeply know,
That LIFE is real.
Even a stone has that kind of life.
Even the busiest little girl can touch its edges.
Even your own heart can melt with it.
LIFE is just that strong,
[Thanks to Richard Rohr for the realization that ‘light is not so much what you directly see as that by which you see everything else.’ (The Universal Christ (p. 14). The Crown Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.]