is unwilling to be alone,
cannot forever remain impervious
to what He longs to show.
Abraham Joshua Heschel
It is not synchronicity, or “the universe,” or our “inner voice” that is speaking to us –but Someone — reaching out to us from the other side of our oblivion to reveal Himself to us. By orchestrating our circumstances God is constantly creating correspondences to show us who He is.
He wants to be known — as who He is — not as what we think He is.
For examples of how God reaches out to us from the other side of our oblivion, see these stories: