“The utter vulnerability of silence” is a phrase from a recent Richard Rohr Daily Meditation that caught my attention, so I gave it a home in my journaling.
Later I added “echoes Christ.”
It’s a mystery to me why this image on silence is one that I’m choosing to share, especially after a weekend that was about women giving voice to an alternative vision.
The utter vulnerability of silence echoes Christ.
I do know that when my own activity is rooted in the quiet, I tend to be more true to who I am and act with more intention toward what I believe.
May we all have the courage to both enter the silence and echo the Christ in our lives.