My eyes are enthralled, O Father, with the beauty of earthly flowers, with life’s passing scenes, and with the sailing, silent clouds. Everywhere, all I see hints at Thy hidden presence. Open that eye in me which sees only Thee. With that gaze may I behold Thee above, beneath, all around, within, and outside me. Teach me in all things to see only Thee. Open in me that eye which beholds everywhere Thy hidden but ever subtly reigning wonder.

(This demand, especially, should be repeated mentally with deep concentration until the prayer‐thought becomes fixed in your superconscious by the conviction born of deep faith.)


104. Let All Rest in the Shade of My Peace