It was a desolate landscape. There were ice mountains in the background. There was a building, more barracks like with no thing, nothing around it. The moon was white and things were outlined but barely so. Sparse would be putting it gently, but desolate and bare of life would say how tragic it felt. I could not say what world. But unfinished work it is.
What if we find ourselves doing the work of mules in places that need our talents in very practical ways? Would we not answer the call to help in the vineyards with things of value that moth and rust do not destroy; things of the mind? Jesus said, as above, so below when he stood on the rock. Life on Earth is the reflection of Heaven and we the reflection of what we hold as truth.. Are we not all unfinished work?
There is unfinished work everywhere. I cannot go back ever to not knowing. There are worlds needing what we hold as valuable, what we can only take in Mind. We may look like mushrooms but our hearts are daffodils. It is a good thing to keep in mind.
Jubilation On The Mount. . .
You go out too far, she said, too far.
But that is where the work
needs to be done, I said.
Jubilation. There will be time
for jubilation; a time for frolic.
We will drink the variegated drinks.
And we will dance.
There is a time for work
in the far place,
where the vineyards
need to be planted but first
the plowing must be done.
Until the time
I do not care to stir the ashes
to bring forth another fire,
Where I am is reason enough.