Today, I'll simply share a Madeleine L'Engle quote from her book, And It Was Good. This book is the first in L'Engle's Genesis Trilogy. In it, she "casts long, loving, and perceptive glances at not only the created universe but at its Creator as well." (from the back cover)

"In that first epiphany, when matter was formless and space was empty, God created. How marvelous that there should be something rather than nothing. How marvelous that there is, rather than there is not.

God created, and it was joy: time, space, matter. There is and we are part of the is-ness, part of that becoming. That is our calling: co-creation. Every single one of us, without exception, is called to co-create with God. No one is too unimportant to have a share in the making or unmaking of the final showing-forth. Everything that we do either draws the Kingdom of love closer or pushes it further off." ... But I believe that the Kingdom is built on the little things that all of us do."

May this day hold rest and happy co-creating with God.