Christ came, and comes now, so that we should have life and have it in its fullness . . . He is the Father and Mother whose heart never sleeps, whose hands never lift from their works that they have made. He is the one who has numbered the hairs on our heads. In his humanity, we are clothed as in a warm woolen garment. In him we live as in our home. He is our food and our drink, our shade in the heat, our comfort in sorrow, our healing when we are wounded, our light in darkness.
– Caryll Houselander