Easter Visual Postlude
The first of these, “Waiting,” is provided here. Inspired by passages from the Psalms and writings of Rumi, it simply acknowledges our experience of waiting: its stillness, our impatience, and our capacity for hope.
We have been thinking a lot about the global nature of the COVID19 pandemic, and the very palpable way in which it has forced a shared world-wide experience. Regardless of culture, tradition, or faith affiliation, humans across the earth share an experience of disruption and disorientation. It has reminded us of how often, when things are “normal,” we fail to embrace that global sense of community. We are so easily drawn into the language of us-and-them, forgetting that every “them” is a beautiful creation.