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Monday, July 2, 2012

The Light That Is In You

You take occasional walks for your health. Then you start doing it on a daily basis. One day you decide to rev it up a notch and become a power walker. After months of increasing your speed and perhaps the amount of time you dedicate to this, you start running. At first you only run for a few minutes and then walk again, alternating between the two until you become stronger, and your lung capacity increases. And you find, after a time, that you are able to run, perhaps at first only for one or two kilometers, but then you can do more and greater distances. And so you decide to train for a marathon. And eventually you run your first one.

Why would you imagine that it is any different with increasing your own light? The light that is in you can grow, but it grows best if you work with what you already have. C.S. Lewis, magical, mystical author of many books, among others The Narnia Chronicles, but also theologian, wrote: To act on the light one has is almost the only way to more light.

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Image: Whitehaven Beach Inlet, Australia

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