What does Epiphany mean to you?

“My friend Darwin lives in the country. He’s a teacher, but sometimes wishes he were a farmer. Darwin says that once he was in a “visioning” workshop where the leader asked participants to close their eyes and imagine the happiest, most wonderful experience they could think of.

What came to Darwin’s mind was the image of a great gathering at a farm. His friends, neighbors, and many people that he did not even know were working together with him to bring in the crops, enjoying each others’ company, and celebrating the bountiful harvest.

Darwin’s vision comes to mind when I think of Epiphany.”

This excerpt from Sunday By Sunday is by Bill Moore.


Published by GoodGroundPress

Good Ground Press is the publishing ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. We publish resources for living the Gospel today, including Sunday By Sunday for adults and SPIRIT ONLINE for teens.

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