Everybody is dying for a drink. None of us can survive without it.
We live on a blue planet holding 326 million cubic miles of water, each of those a gigantic overflowing cup holding more than a trillion gallons.
Our bodies are mainly made of water and without it we shrivel up and cease to be. Our life runs dry.
But water is not the only thing that brings us life. Each of us is thirsty for something more, something else, refreshment to transcend our physical needs, to sustain us way down deep inside..
Let anyone who is thirsty come to me, he had said. But now even this spring of life is drying up.
Sweating, struggling to breathe, bent over and bleeding.
Thirstier than he has ever been.
Because we are all dying of thirst.
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What were the last words of Jesus? What did he say to his friends and enemies in the last hours of his life? And what do they tell us about the meaning of his life… and his death?
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Meditations by Martin Wroe.
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