Psalm 45:10-11, 13-15

Listen to me, O royal daughter; take heart to what I say. Forget your people and your homeland far away. For your royal husband delights in your beauty; honor him, for he is your lord. [...] The bride, a princess, waits within her chambers, dressed in a gown woven with gold. In her beautiful robes, she is led to the king, accompanied by her bridesmaids. What a joyful, enthusiastic procession as they enter the king's palace!

Saturday, December 10, 2005

Now, once the princess said she believed

the whole world seemed to come alive with the light of life, and her countenance was forever changed. It was the sort of change that came gradually and was ever welcome; she was not one to like her faults, but preferred to see them melt away into something more useful, and perhaps even beautiful.

Once I even heard her say she enjoyed the life of belief, unusual as it is.

epta tewa newasin

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