Today’s Prayer to Passage will be from the book “Under the Volcano” by Malcom Lowry.
Today I pray, “Dear God, We are living in a time of young trailblazers who are showing the world that it is the right of every human to be who we came here to be. Love and acceptance for one’s authenticity and human rights are to be honored — this harmony is a harmony of God’s synergy. If one is accepted and offered love — or even a courteous nature, as an unhealed nature cannot always bring oneself to a completion of healing to produce a loving nature at the time when it is expected — this love grows into freedom. And freedom, seen on the faces of smiling children, is a human right and a truest authenticity. Amen.”
Following my prayer, I held the closed book in my hands and opened it to this passage:
“The Consul looked at the sun. But he had lost the sun: it was not his sun. Like the truth, it was well-nigh impossible to face; he did not want to go anywhere near it, least of all, sit in its light, facing it.”
Our world’s children are our modern-day Consuls, our best equipped diplomats, our truest leaders. Because their authenticity is so bright. They shine so luminously that there are adults who cannot bear to witness them living their own truths. Maya Angelou said, “When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.” This is the energy of children who know who they really are. May we, each and every one of us, delight in such a brilliance of who we came here to be when we arrived as Source energy, now in our physical bodies.