or, rather, recognizing the preexisting holiness within it
We’re right here, also: “We find ourselves in this liminal space, desiring familiarity while recognizing the significance of pilgrimage and disruption for our own spiritual formation.”
“It’s not my job to make the world holy.” I can’t help but think of my conservative upbringing, we had such a narrow perspective on holiness and almost were charged with the mandate to make things holy. But now seeing the holiness of the Divine as infinitely generous, always present allows me simply rest and behold holiness. Love this piece, Sarah!