Wonder Rush

Another stupendous edition from “Letters to the Exiles” — Wonder Rush: Go to the Limits of Your Longing.

“Just keep going.” This meditation on early 20th century German author René Maria Rilke’s poem in the Book of Hours celebrates the irreducibly rich complexity of human life — both tragic and comedic elements — that constitutes the full human experience of being both created and redeemed by God. To say more would ruin its art, so just watch and listen to the whole 4:24 minutes:

7 comments on “Wonder Rush

  1. number one sinner. says:

    Silence silence silence – wow. And still l am silent.

  2. oneview says:

    Wow…just made this the featured video on sjeciowa.org

  3. Victorious Love says:

    Oh my…. How my heart needed such words on this day… “Not every feeling is final… Don’t let yourself lose me”
    The words of Rilke’s poetry resonate explosive love of deepening wonder as my silent tears fall into the magnanimous heart of God.

  4. WoopieCushion says:

    marvelous! Love Rilke’s Life of Mary too. Thanks Tom

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