Bonnie Rose is a pastor of an inspired church that I'd say evolved out of a sort of Christianity to be something truly inspiring. In this little article she does make one reference to scripture but it is to provide a further understanding of 'liminal'. The rest is about Love.I’m contemplating “liminal space” this morning – that space of standing on a threshold, between decisions, outcomes, worlds.
In the U.S. right now, we are in a liminal moment. We don’t know what will happen. But in our not-knowing, will we be disciples who stay awake, who watch and pray?
For Love never sleeps.
Love knows that liminality is a place of power.
Love recognizes that uncertainty discombobulates the ego. Love enfolds the stubborn need to know and all of it’s inherent anxiety.
Love welcomes a new way of being with what is and what isn’t.
Love knows that sacred uncertainty engages paradoxes that align us with the slippery Absolute, so fleeting, and so hard to find sometimes in “normal” moments.
Love can desire a certain outcome while letting go of results.
The Awake Disciple — by Bonnie Rose