In her poem, "I Will Remain With You", St. Edith Stein writes, "You reign on the Almighty’s throne also in transfigured human form, ever since the completion of your work on earth."
Jesus climbs a mountain to pray. Prayer is like climbing a mountain—not physically, but by entering into the depths of our being where we find God's heart filled with light.
The Carmelite must ascend the Tabor of Carmel and be clothed with the garments of penance that will make her more like Jesus.
Christ experiences ecstatic moments on Mount Tabor, but even during those moments in the company of Moses and Elijah, he conversed about his Passion for the redemption of sinners
St. Edith Stein meditates on the abiding presence of Christ
Edith writes about faith in Christ as a source of joy and hope
Saint Edith Stein reflects on the Tranfiguration and the hope it brings: "I believe this because your word teaches me so, and because I believe, I know it gives me joy, and blessed hope blooms forth from it."
Donde es de saber que el amor nunca llega a estar perfecto...