O is for Obligations

The monk does not exist for the sake of obligation; the obligation exists for the sake of the monk.
Duties and obligations are merely the signposts which point out the road to some ultimate end in which our whole nature and its capacities are fulfilled.

Thomas Merton, Bread in the Wilderness


Photo by Mary
Bergen, Norway

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