Today’s Prayer to Passage will be from the book “Thus Spoke Zarathustra”
by Friedrich Nietzsche.
Today I pray, “Dear God, As we, humanity, searched before, we still search. I am here, and I can see and feel it all around me. I know, within my own projected knowing, this to be true. We are searchers for the truth, and we infuse this searching with a sisterly and brotherly love. Amen.”
Following my prayer, I held the closed book in my hands and opened it to this passage:
“Are you a slave? Then you cannot be a friend. Are you a tyrant? Then you cannot have friends.”
“It’s OK, Mommy. It’s OK. I’m right here with you.” What I know with certainty is that this voice of a four-year-old child is the voice of a friend. This action of Love is Source moving through us all, as we are all one. Undivided, we grieve as one, we comfort as one, we honor and unite as one. Tomorrow’s horizon is more expanded and more brilliant than ever before in humanity’s history because today’s horizon is more expanded and more brilliant than ever before in humanity’s history. We see our pattern of expansion. Spirit, Source, God carries us when we cannot carry ourselves. And children are here to remind us, even in the darkest times, which call upon us to heal this grieving moment placed upon this child’s heart, that Love… prevails.
Philando Castile — 1983-2016