The Jesuit poet, Gerard Manley Hopkins, wrote the following poem. It speaks about the ontological significance of natural, individual and human activity — the truth about Christ being me, and I being Christ. That the world is indeed charged with the grandeur of God.
Whatever I post here are my take on Hopkin’s insight about recognising “Christ in ten thousand places and the features in people’s faces.”
*Selves: v. “fulfills its own individuality”
**justices: v. “acts in a godly manner, lives fully energized by grace, justness, sanctity” (RV Shoder SJ)
Here is another reason why I blog.