Insight reveals itself to those who have paid attention and paid their dues
John 21:1-19. Jesus appears to seven disciples post-resurrection
The suddenness of an insight experience may make it seem that it happens by chance. If God is omniscient, then we can consider Jesus as Insight Incarnate.
There is something mysterious yet still insightful in the way Jesus reveals Himself to the disciples. He chooses familiar settings yet He does not boldly introduce His presence.
He lets the disciples pay attention and experience insight that the Insight Incarnate has arrived.
The divine revelation of Jesus towards His disciples can help us gain insight too on how insight may visit us: it revels in the mundane and the familiar, but we must pay attention. And our continuous prayer and works for insight and Insight to be revealed are necessary to make us re-view the mundane into a more meaningful manner.
Thus, insight reveals itself to those who have paid attention and paid their dues.
[DAILY GOSPEL INSIGHTS AND REFLECTION FOR MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION 121: MAY 1, 2022]