I’m taking part in the January 2011 synchroblog on the topic “The Manifestation of God.” If you want to take part, leave your name and link on the synchroblog website (above) and publish a post on the topic (see more information below).
So, what does the topic “The Manifestation of God” mean? This is the description of the topic on the synchroblog site:
This monthâ€™s synchroblogâ€™s theme is inspired by the season of Epiphany which begins on January 6 and ends the day before Ash Wednesday. The word â€œepiphanyâ€ is rich in meaning. Epiphany is derived from the Greek epiphaneia and means manifestation, shining forth, revelation or appearance. In a religious context, the term describes the appearance of an invisible divine being in a visible form. It can also indicate a sudden realization or comprehension of the (larger) essence or meaning of something. An â€œepiphanyâ€ might refer to those times in life when something becomes manifest, a deep realization, a sudden recognition that changes oneâ€™s view of themselves or their social condition and often sparks a reversal or change of heart. In the spirit of Epiphany we invite you to share stories, experiences and/or thoughts about â€œThe Manifestation of God.â€
If you decide to take part, please let me know.
[UPDATE: I originally wrote that this synchroblog was for tomorrow, Tuesday, January 11. However, it is actually scheduled for Wednesday, January 12.]