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Listen to an interview with Christian Wiman: Listen to Christian Wiman read “‘Every Riven Thing”: Although the poems in “Readers might be surprised to learn how far from the actual truth some of them actually are,” Wiman said.“I think your fidelity is to the poem itself, and to the music that the poem makes.At the same time, that music is attached to the world in some fundamental way, and I’m always a little confused as to where exactly that line is between personal experience and the experience of the poem.” * Every Riven Thing God goes, belonging to every riven thing he’s made sing his being simply by being the thing it is: stone and tree and sky, man who sees and sings and wonders why God goes.Belonging, to every riven thing he’s made, means a storm of peace. Think of the man who sits alone trying to will himself into the stillness where God goes belonging., is filled with powerfully profound poems, many of which are deeply personal.He had taken a break from writing poetry for a few years, but a recent diagnosis of a rare cancer helped propel Wiman’s pen back to the page.It makes the holidays a joy, More peaceful, and less nervous.So let's remember Christmas is About our Savior's birth; That's the way to happiness, The way to peace on earth.
The father had built a shelter to protect his son, and then he left to find food and medicinal plants, which took a few days.I have done a personal Bible study to determine the same thing.All I have found is Romans 12:2, "And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God."The Greek word for "transformed" in this verse is metamorphoo, which means to change into another form, with the stress on inward. ) It is also translated as "transfigured" in reference to Jesus in Matthew and Mark.Do you know you have asked for this priceless thing As a child might ask for a toy?Demanding what others have died to win, With a reckless dash of boy.
When the father finally returned, his son was gone.