The World is not a Courtroom (by Saadi)
The world is not a courtroom,
there is no judge, no jury, no plaintiff.
This is a carvan,
filled with eccentric beings
telling wondrous stories about God.
I met a woman and her husband today and had a deep spiritual conversation and experience with them. She was a musician who played the cello. A video was filmed of her playing the cello outside in a sacred spot int he Badlands. In hew hospital room she shared her video with me. It was beautiful to watch and listen to and I found myself sighing peacefully as I watched it with them on her laptop. It was a sacred time and a wonderful deep shared, spiritual moment. Afterwards I was grateful for this deep, unique, sacred experience I was able to share with them. And I found myself wanting nothing more than having more of these kind of moments and experiences with people. That I met them and we had that shared experience was a moment of divine synchronicity. I’ve been praying each morning that throughout the day I would experience “holy surprises” and “sights of the Father’s love.” This was a prime example. Little did I know I’d encounter them today. And they shared with me their wondrous stories about God. They enriched my life and I hope I also encouraged them on their way. The world is not a courtroom, but a playroom, filled with eccentric spiritual beings disguised in human skin, telling wondrous stories about God.