Quote for the Day

This [vision of God's joyful presence in the human soul] was a delectable sight and a restful showing that is this way without end. The contemplation of this while we are here is most pleasant to God and a very great profit to us. The soul that contemplates it this way makes itself like him who is contemplated, and joins itself to him in rest and peace by his grace.”

— Julian of Norwich, Revelations of Divine Love, translated by M. L. del Mastro

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