This was The Presence I was seeking. A Presence, I have come to believe that finds a dwelling place, not outside of me, but within the depths of my being, keeping me in being. It is within This Presence, "I live and move and have my being," I cannot exist apart, no one can. Like St. Augustine, I was looking outside, where it could not be found. Like Augustine, I was looking "in all the wrong places," for that which was dwelling in the depths of my being, keeping me in being. That reality I was able to give lip service to, and that was all. I had not suffered enough. Now I see That Presence was there, all the time, calling in a gentle, tender, whisper. Why did I not hear The Call? For me and for so many more that gentle whisper drowned out by the cacophony of noises alien to Its will, and purposes. The ears of my heart, and soul, were deafened. It has taken a long time for the healing of my hearing to take place. This healing, like all regular healing, has been for me a very slow process. Yes it has taken a long time for my eyes to be truly opened so that the real "seeing," may take place. That "seeing" has gone hand in hand with the rediscovery of the richness, and gentleness of Celtic Spirituality. It is only now, after many, many years of wandering, and wondering, I seem to have found a home. A place where I can dwell in some peace and harmony. I get every now and then, a brief insight into what the dream, The Aisling of God, does have for each living person. His dream for all of us is that "We would have life and have it tothe fullest." To live life, and live it to the fullest fullness, is a great challenge for us who are "spiritual beings immersed in the human experience."