In the Twelfth Revelation, Julian of Norwich experiences Christ in glory more fully than she had before and hears him pour out a magnificent litany of who he is: "I it am. . ." This litany describes, in Christ's own words, the endless ways in which he is present to the human mind and heart. We reflect on what "I it am" means to us, in our present time of suffering, fear, and anxiety. The Guided Meditation at the end of the podcast reflects on the nature of our awareness that is one continuum with Christ's own awareness. And even though sorrow and suffering seem very real, hope in divine transformation and resurrection are infinitely more real. Please share this "Life, Love, & Light" podcast with your family and friends around the world who may be in need of renewed courage and hope. And know that I keep you in my heart and prayer every day. Blessings to all -- and peace!