I love this prayer from Boethius, a 6th century Christian:
O Father, give the spirit power to climb
To the fountain of all light, and be purified.
Break through the mists of earth, the weight of the clod,
Shine forth in splendor, Thou that art fair weather,
And quiet resting place for faithful souls.
To see Thee is the end and the beginning,
Thou carriest us, and Thou dost go before,
Thou art the journey, and the journey’s end.
-Boethius, c. 480-524 AD.
3 thoughts on “Thou art the journey”
Thank you Abby! These words are life on a weary Tuesday!
Thanks Nena! When are you coming to visit??? 😉 We miss you! And how is your season of vocational discernment?
I love the last line: “Thou art the journey, and the journey’s end.”
This is definitely getting put on the collage wall by my bed!
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