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Experience is Spiritual
I feel almost spiritual just by being here, which, from someone who’s not too spiritual, is saying something.–Connor Franta What does it mean to be spiritual? What reactions am I feeling as I write the question? What do I shut … Continue reading
Your Elusive Creative Genius
Sensibility of A Rock
Nobuo Sekine Interview: Sensibility of a Rock from Louisiana Channel on Vimeo. Thanks to Writing Without Paper!
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Thanks to Writing Without Paper for bringing this to my attention!
Let Me Just Say that Abraham Hicks Has Not Been A Name That I Like to Hear…however,
I did a morning reading, after I changed my routine to adapt to taking a new medication, that has actually provided me with a better start. I am working a way to do the readings at a time that I … Continue reading
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“We know that gentians grow on the Alps, and olives on the Apennines; but we do not enough conceive for ourselves that variegated mosaic of the world’s surface which a bird sees in its migration, that difference between the district … Continue reading
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Following a Trail of Spiritual Experience, Led me today to: Pursuing Happiness
Yesterday I was engaged in a sharing about how spirit, spirituality and its connection with religion and permanent states is misunderstood and then becomes a barrier. Today, following the same thought, upon awakening three posts simply appeared in the normal … Continue reading
Keats’ When I Have Fears The Life of Poetry, Chapter 1 Washington Post article on Anselm Kiefer entitled: ‘Heaven’ Knows What German Artist Anselm Kiefer Is All About which led to finding a Hirshhorn Gallery Curator’s Lecture Podcast at the … Continue reading
Paradox of the Book Paris Review: The Art of Fiction No. 10, James Thurber New essay in Religion & Literature: “Transformative Work: Midrash & Fanfiction” Babbitby Sinclair Lewis
Noticing Mankind Is No Island
I saw this during my blogroll travels this morning at Writing Without Paper. It is today’s Saturday Short, Mankind Is No Island. Have you noticed? What have you done about it?