The gospel recently was about Your transfiguration. It made me think. Inside me too there is the divine which, through the death of my body, will one day be transfigured by Your love and we shall share eternity together. But there seems to be more of a message in this gospel than its divine aspect. Transfiguration is a change from what is normally visible or understood, and I think the gospel writer wanted us to see that.
I am transfigured when something special and meaningful of myself shines through the well-known superficial me. When my faith, or my love, or my selflessness shines forth to temporarily overshadow the me everyone knows. Then I too am transfigured before men and my light shines out. These are rare moments and precious ones, but ones indeed that are at the heart of the Christian message to the world.