The Rosary means as many things to me as Mary has manifestations. She has been an inspiration to me on three continents and I have found her to be a unifying force everywhere. The terror of Demons, hides us from our false self and brings us back to who we really are.
I always loved my faith and what it composed but always had a sense that there was something missing...the "milk of human kindness" had always been there but not beatingwith the pierced heart of our Blessed Mother. The Rosary was to prove the missing link, a chord that would stretch through my adult life.
It has always been a walking prayer for me, through the Scottish Highlands and across the deserts of North America. I have seen the Rosary best prayed at an, Opus Dei boys camp in Spain; on a basketball court, as the boys circled or sat on the bleachers as the preferred.
De Montfort wanted to be totally hers and recommended focussing on the words and the mysteries alternately. This basks us in the warmth of Jesus and light of Mary which animates that life one after the other.....