'I have only to look … to taste … to feel, I have only to live—to know that the world is a work more wonderful than anything I can imagine it to be, anything I do imagine it to be! The wildest wonderment of all poets, dreamers, inventors, speculators that have ever lived is as nothing compared to the wonderment that is the world. The world is God’s wonderment, infinite intelligence compounding its infinity, the joy of eternity delighting in itself.
… For when I consider humanity, I catch a glimpse of God in whose image we are made.
Listen to life, and you shall hear the voice of life crying: Be!
What shall you be?"