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Friday, July 29, 2005

Bruderhof's "Todaily" Dig...

What Then?
Kristian Ostergaard

That cause can never be lost nor stayed
which takes the course of what God has made;
and is not trusting in walls and towers,
but slowly growing from seeds to flowers.

Each noble service that has been wrought
was first conceived as a fruitful thought;
each worthy cause with a future glorious
by quietly growing becomes victorious.

Thereby itself like a tree it shows:
that high it reaches, as deep it grows;
and when the storms are its branches shaking,
it deeper root in the soil is taking.

Be then no more by a storm dismayed,
for by it the full grown seeds are laid;
and though the tree by its might it shatters,
what then, if thousands of seeds it scatters?

There was a link to the following short story. What a wonderful way to wake up!



At 5:05 AM, Blogger Jan said...

This poem touches my heart.

At 8:05 AM, Blogger sleeping with bread said...

I love this . . . thank you so much for sharing it.

At 6:26 PM, Blogger Tonya said...

J - this is all the info I have, I've never been! I'll look for you though...it starts at 8pm.

Public | Outdoor | Permanent
Address 389 North Oxford St.
St. Paul, Minnesota 55104
United States

Contact Theresa Ruttger
Phone: 651/641-0008
FAX: 651/641-0554

Web http://lwww.loyolasrr.org
Type Classical
Concentric 7-circuit labyrinth similar to 9th century manuscript design from Aachen, Germany.
Material Brick/Paver
paver with peagravel walk
Designer M.J. McGregor
Builder Loyola volunteers and M.J. McGregor
Size approximately 25 feet
Date installed May 2005


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