“It isn't normal to know what we want. It is a rare and difficult psychological achievement.”
Abraham Harold Maslow

Our hearts are restless until they find their rest in you.
St Augustine of Hippo C.4th.

What do you really want? Underneath the ebb and flow of momentary likes and dislikes, beneath the desires that advertising implants in you, behind the facade of your false self, in your centre - what is it that you really want?

Could it be that you can actually get in touch with your primary longing for God - and that your deepest desire is to become part of God's three-personned dance of love, to make that manifest in your own life? Not as something you're supposed to do, not as yet another example of boring moralising, but as an actual lived experience?
I came up with a reflection, which I have popped on my blog.

Tuesday 15/9/20 at 7pm via Zoom. Hit me up for the link.

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