Someone on social media today–I don’t remember who or where, said that she is super sick of the word pivot. That in the grand variety of our language, that we only use pivot.
I, too am sick of the word pivot and the pivoting itself.
God, let’s talk about how it is that you don’t need to Pivot! Because it’s amazing.
You exist in these sketchy, hard, uncertain thin places.
You already know who you are. And you remain you even as you exist in the mystery.
You don’t need to pivot, because you embody the liminal God. You exist in the in-betweens.
The gray areas are God.
The sun and the rain together (rainbows anyone?) are God.
You are in the the thin, thin air between the mountain and the sky. The squishy ground where the sand changes from shore to ocean, the moments of complete indecision–Lord, God, this is where you dwell.
So while summer is letting go into fall, while we hover over the places that are between rebuilding and destruction, while we wait between illness and health, and while we in the United States are in the already and not yet of election but not yet elected, God you are here.
You are in the grays.
Thank God you don’t need to pivot.
And if when we need to, help us.
And we don’t, when we need to spend time in the in-between, remind us that this is where you dwell, we pray.
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