Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Vapor of Vapors

The Divine is quiet not absent.  Today when we recognize God's presence at all, it's often a gentle, passing Presence.  Carey Walsh, in Chasing Mystery, says that that almost unnoticeable Presence is what the Book of Ecclesiastes is talking about when it refers to "Vapor of Vapors" (which she says is a better translation of the Hebrew than "Vanity of Vanities."

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