When the soul of nature enters into dialogue with God, what does it say? How is it answered by its Creator?
The soul of nature speaks with God in silence, through the expression of the beauty and the movement of the elements. The soul of nature expresses its pain to the Creator through the wind, the rain, the closed and silent sky, the time that seems to stand still to feel the life of the Earth.
Nature expresses its self-giving and love through the flowers, fruits, the green leaves and the leaves that are dry, surrendering to renewal. It speaks through the deep silence of the oceans, its balance and its surrender, its constant and selfless service, its effort to keep the Project of the Creator alive for this world.
The soul of nature speaks with God through the silence of the earth, in its deepest layers renewing the most ancient records of humanity, transforming with fire that which took place and giving the planet matter that nurtures, that provides, that supports.
And God responds to nature with the sun that shines upon and communicates with life, with the night that restores and brings encouragement, with the breathing that becomes air and breath so that, in spite of all the density of the planet, there may be Spirit in the spirit of beings. God responds to nature with gratitude, renewing its perfection and beauty, its life and its form, its peace.
May this dialogue, children, teach you to serve unconditionally, to give of yourselves out of love, to express peace even in times of chaos, to adore in silence when the world becomes stirred and, from the Lord, to receive the gratitude and the Love of His infinite Heart.
You have My blessing for this.
The Most Chaste Saint Joseph