Work as Prayer / Prayer as Work
They live under the kitchen sink or in the basement amongst the paint and shoe polish. Once worn with pride, or used to clean or cover our tender bodies, these rags reveal the strain of routine and labour. Cloths that once covered or were used in domestic maintenance, now reveal the beauty that hides underneath dirt and grime. Likewise, our scars and our body’s worn out places speak to the weight of hopes, grief, labour, love and loss. Our intentions, our prayers, are woven throughout our days; the work of life and love that we attend to.