Esther de Waal





Esther de Waal

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“Wealth consists not in having great possessions but in having few wants.”
Esther de Waal

“Stability says there must be no evasion; instead attend to the real, to the real necessity however uncomfortable that might be. Stability brings us from a feeling of alienation, perhaps from the escape into fantasy and daydreaming, into the state of reality. It will not allow us to evade the inner truth of whatever it is that we have to do, however dreary and boring and apparently unfruitful that may seem. It involves listening...to the particular demands of whatever this task and this moment in time is asking; no more and no less.”
Esther de Waal, Seeking God: The Way of St. Benedict

“Vacare Deum. Be free for God.     I have a need of such a clearance as the Saviour effected in the temple of Jerusalem a riddance of the clutter of what is secondary that blocks the way to the all-important central emptiness which is filled with the presence of God alone.   Jean Danielou”
Esther de Waal, Lost in Wonder: Rediscovering the Spiritual Art of Attentiveness

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