Judith L. Quarles
Bring to us strength -- the strength of torrents of spring streams and the quiet strength of roots pushing deep into the ground for nourishment.
Bring to us pleasure -- the pleasures of maple syrup sticky and sweet on our tongues and the wind grabbing a kite and taking it high -- if only we could go too!
Bring to us wisdom -- the knowledge that new life springs up without help. In spite of everything we do or don't, green shoots will bring in the spring; grass and weeds and dandelions will appear.
Bring to us love -- springtime love has magic in it. The children look cherubic, the parents look eager, the lovers look lost, the seniors look satisfied. Let springtime love be a part of our lives. Spirit of life, come to us that all the energy and power of spring will make us tall and smiling and expectant. Amen.
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Last updated on Tuesday, February 19, 2013.
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