God doesn’t wear shoes | chronicle

He comes here every Saturday morning and every Wednesday evening. He has a supermarket bag in his left hand and I’ve never seen him without open slippers. Even when it rains torrentially. Even when it’s freezing cold. One day I gain courage and ask him if he has anything against shoes. But until that day arrives, I prefer to imagine that there is a deeper meaning to this thing of never covering the feet that support us and connect us to the earth.

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