Today’s Prayer to Passage will be from the book “The Bell Jar” by Sylvia Plath.

Today I pray, “Dear God, In this greatest time of stance for what women really want, I am a stand for women. Intuition is a beautiful part of being a woman. And men have intuition as well, of course. It is outlandish, this is to say it is beyond any preconceived notion we have attained on earth, that women may not move forward as the intuitive saints they are. They may. Mary the mother of Jesus was an anointed one in her own rite. And yet neither Jesus nor Mary really served for the purpose of being worshiped, rather, for the purpose of serving You. Freedom is what women deserve because freedom is what women are meant to feel. And You and Heaven’s Angels are certainly in on all of that. Amen.”

Following my prayer, I held the closed book in my hands and opened it to this passage:

“I wanted to be where nobody I knew could ever come.”

Purity and sanctification is bustling in Heaven right now. In Christian realms, this is known as the Holy Trinity. Heaven is the Father, Sanctification is the Son, and Purity is the Holy Spirit. There is an energy and fulfillment unparalleled in any other corner of thought that any living being on earth is aware of. Yet thought, when brought into physical form, is abundantly available in the direction of Heaven as our greatest joy and freedom. And God has been in on this all along. It is a bit funny to think that when we think we are controlling — or escaping — something, we really are God’s joy and freedom. And we make it so complicated — in our search for meaning and control and escape. Another trinity. Control being the Father, Escape as the Son, and Meaning as the Holy Spirit. It can be so complicated that it becomes simple. And Heaven is in on all of that.


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