In faith, there is enough light for those who want to believe and enough shadows to blind those who don’t.
The Lord became our bread and we are his bread. . . . If you want to know him, break yourself as he did, because anyone who claims to abide in Christ ought to live as he lived. . . . Bear in your body the marks of Jesus Christ by accepting the condition of a servant, not of a superior. And when you have emptied yourself, you will know the Lord through the breaking of bread.