God gaurd me from the thoughts men think / In the mind alone…. Yeats in “A Prayer for Old Age” quoted in Our Only Wolrd by Wendell Berry (7).
From George MacDonald’s book David Elginbrod. In chapter XIX, Lady Emily muses: “I wish I were you, Margaret.” Margaret answers: “If I were you, my lady, I would rather be what God chose to make me than the most glorious creature that I could think of. For to have been thought about—born in God’s thoughts—andContinue reading “born in God’s thoughts”
Some People by Rachel Field Isn’t it strange some people make You feel so tired inside, Your thoughts begin to shrivel up Like leaves all brown and dried! But when you’re with some other ones, It’s stranger still to find Your thoughts as thick as fireflies All shiny in your mind! Thanks to Christine PerrinContinue reading “thoughts as thick as fireflies”