The Fullness Of Our Humanity

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There is a certain kind of rightness

when the rain pours and flowers bloom.

There is gentleness when moonlight quietly slips

through a slightly opened window.

Everything perfectly connects

in the highest order of things.

They are deep expressions of goodness

given to us many, many years ago

as a matter of affection planned even before

everything came into being.

It reminds us of our origin, our lost innocence

and re-introduces us to wonder,

to wonder like a child once again.

This is how we properly address the fullness

of our humanity.

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About Virgilio Gavia

Interests: poetry, photography, writing (prose and poetry), walking/hiking, reading (non-fiction and books of poetry) drinking coffee and herbal teas, camping, fishing, contemplating, solitude, silence, traveling, faded jeans, meaningful conversation, wabi-sabi, haiku, tanka, Jazz, Classical, oldies, all the books of Thomas Merton, Joseph Campbell, Thomas Moore, John O'Donohue, Mary Oliver, David Whyte, Mark Strand, ancient Chinese and Japanese poets, The Bible, spirituality, philosophy, psychology, sociology, history, humanities and the arts.
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6 Responses to The Fullness Of Our Humanity

  1. arlene says:

    “There is gentleness when moonlight quietly slips

    through a slightly opened window.” – Beautiful Ver. I woke up in the middle of the night a few hours ago and I saw this beautiful moon outside my window, it was lovely.

  2. This is one of the most beautiful reflections I have read Virgilio. Every word is dipped in light and wonder. I am deeply and warmly comforted reading this. Love it. Sharon

  3. Wonderful! You pulled me very gently into the beauty and lightness of existence!

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