By Darla Schumm; Michael Stoltzfus
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I believe that part too, but I just had to cut it off. My fragile contingent humanity is embarrassed by most things Christian, including me— and Jesus. As I said, I woke up this morning feeling horrible. I’ve been feeling more horrible in recent weeks than I was in the few months before, but not as horrible as a year ago, and more or less horrible than many other points in memory. I could write, dammit, if I wasn’t so sick, if I could sit at my desk, look at my notes, throw myself with zealous abandon at the task.
The Bible tells us that breaking bread is how we participate in Christ’s body; it is how we are bonded to one another. If I get cancer, then it is His will. ” * * * The day started out cloudy but ended up being perfect weather for her friend’s outdoor wedding. Rosalina fished through her purse for her license as she waited for the smartly dressed man in front of her to finish ordering drinks. He turned around with a cocky smile and handed her a colorful concoction. Before taking it, she asked him what it was.
Bahá'u'lláh writes in The Hidden Words, “Turn thy sight unto thyself, that thou mayest find me standing within thee, mighty, powerful, and self-subsisting” (1988c: 12–13). Within myself I find weakness, need, dependence, despair. He also writes, “Love me that I may love thee. If thou lovest me not, my love can in no wise reach thee” (1988c: 11). I can’t find that love in me. I have tried mightily to cultivate it, and it isn’t there. Not for Bahá'u'lláh. For God? I don’t know. Does God love me? All my most important beliefs, I realize, I can have without being a Baha’i.
Disability and Religious Diversity: Cross-Cultural and Interreligious Perspectives by Darla Schumm; Michael Stoltzfus