A Dot Painter’s View of Life’s Journey
The Dutch title is ‘voltooiing’,
accomplishing instead of accomplished,
finishing instead of finished.
The picture shows the life of a person, the dark circle (starting at the bottom, right), going through various communities, situations in life, relationships, the red circles (love). The red lines are the children who are going their own way, who have their own interests. The thin black line going round the way of life are the daily happenings. Each one of us has to go through a black circle before reaching his end. It is the circle of anxiety and fear for the end, death. The black circle becomes lighter and finally reaches the light, the white light. Only then the person can say: it is accomplished.
Ben Engelbertink mhm (from Facebook)
“God is a loving presence. There are so many little signs and situations that happen. I find myself saying ‘thank you God’.
Yves Congar OP, the greatest ecumenist of the twentieth century, discovered his theological vocation when he was a young Dominican friar and
“I witnessed a traumatised population” the Cardinal said, adding that “it’s impossible to comprehend how human beings can behave like this towards