Can we reclaim waiting – during these uncertain times – as an experience not imposed on us from without, but which can nourish us from within? Explore the monastic wisdom of waiting with Br. Geoffrey Tristram >

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  1. karen feinberg on August 5, 2020 at 13:04

    AMEN!

  2. Barbara Cramer on May 30, 2020 at 17:23

    We must trust in the goodness and faithfulness of God to wait in hope over decades, as Abraham for a son and the children of Israel for the Promised Land and David to actually be King, not just anointed and hiding in caves. But scripture shows us our mothers were right: Good things DO come to those who wait. Our Isaac, Promised Land and Throne is worth the wait. Thank you for this article.

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