A snowy, blustery, frigid , monochrome day! Today is Epiphany: Little Christmas. This day in the Christian liturgical calendar honors the arrival of the Wise Men at the stable in Bethlehem. They had been following a star for months and were far from home. We say they were wise because, even though they were tired, they … Continue reading Epiphany: Little Christmas
It's late afternoon on a Tuesday, a gray, murky, fiercely windy day, shortly before sunset. The aforementioned wind is howling, scouring the deep cold from the valley. I'm listening to a choral concert for Epiphany on BBC3. It's been a day of cancellations, mostly due to illness of one sort or another; it seems to … Continue reading Epiphany
The Feast of the Epiphany invites us to awaken to a changed world, to take hope, and to accept the task at hand. We are all denizens of this bright blue planet, all kin. Ultimately, we share the same fate. There is no where else to go.