The grace of being quiet

Quiet would I be, not as in falling asleep,but as in stillness of a millpond rim to rimfor Truth and Life and Love's reflection clear to keep,thus replacing reaction, vehement, aghast,with harmony of hearing God and holding fastthe active grace of patience, watching, keeping peace.Then evil's blatant incivility must cease,and I show forth the lovely real of God's reflection,following meekly, effectively, serenely God's direction,my thinking, speaking, doing all with Him, with Him.

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