In silence

Loving God,
when terror came to our doorstep,
and stalked our streets
you were there with us
in the fear and agony.
Remain with us
and with all those caught up
in the horror of these events,
the injured and distressed
those who died
and all who seek your peace
which passes understanding.

Love is central to our personal relationships. Why can’t it also guide our political exchange? Read an essay by Philip McKibbin here.

LOVE by Robert Indiana (1970)