Phillip Chee

When the silence of dusk replaces the day's speaking, the wonder still remains: we are justified. We are justified in the order of being, together with our kin, the trees, the boulders, the creatures, as bearers of the miracle of the creation: that there is something, not nothing. We are justified in the order of time as we take up the task to which we are called therein, to be faithful stewards of the earth. We are, finally, justified by grace in the order of eternity, as we raise the creation above the passing and perishing of the order of time in an act of love.

—Erazim Kohák, "Chapter 3: Humanitas," The Embers and The Stars, p. 109.

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