“I suspect that when we die, we will discover there is no such thing as strangers or accidents.
We simply cannot comprehend the organizational structure of this system of life. It’s beyond our reach and grasp. How is it that we run into people we know, whom we haven’t seen in years, just seconds after thinking about them? That happens all the time to many of us.
Coincidences and synchronistic encounters tell us that the weave of life is remarkably intimate. And—no pun intended—thank God that it is. We rely upon holy intimacy far more than we consciously realize. That’s the truth.
We love the fact that we meet just the right people at just the right time, for example. And we are elated when just as we receive a wondrous inspiration, we happen to encounter a company that is ripe for that exact idea.
We can brush this off as luck, but luck is a word for amateurs.
The weave of holy intimacy is organic divinity at work within the fabric of life.
We need to use those holy threads for the higher purpose of sending grace to others in need. We have entered the era “in which we are about to discover the power of the “inner-net”—the greatest of which is our power to heal together through prayer and grace.
We should strive to be grace first responders.”
Intimate Conversations with the Divine