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The contemplative stance is the Third Way. We stand in the middle,

everything belongs pg 150

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When we have the gift of seeing, of standing in the big picture

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When the church is no longer teaching the people how to pray, we

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What must be sacrificed, and it will feel like a sacrifice, is the

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Therefore, we are led to the conclusion that growth in the spiritual life

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The belief that God is “out there,” is the basic dualism that is

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If we’re not willing to be led through our fears and anxieties, we

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Even though the admonition not to fear is the most common one-liner in

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What is my agenda? What is my predisposition? What are my prejudices? What

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Group-think is a substitute for God-think. We believe that God is found only

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Simone Weil, the brilliant French resistor, said that “the tragedy of Christianity is

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But when we have too much “I,” with too much “I have a

noomapod

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It’s kind of hard to see, but that’s a Nooma on my iPod. I’ve been converting all of my Nooma DVD’s for use on the ipod video. If this isn’t the perfect use of an ipod video, I don’t know …

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The private self is clearly an illusion largely created by thinking. My life

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To discover the answer, we have to wait and observe. That’s what happens

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As soon as we are in a judging mode (higher/lower, superior/inferior), we can’t

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That’s why some people in high religious positions can be the blindest of

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We cannot attain the presence of God because we’re already totally in the

el ten eleven

December 27, 2005 | 1 Comment

Everything BelongsI ran across the debut album from El Ten Eleven through Pandora.

I know a number of people have gotten into Explosions in the Sky through my previous recommendation. Let me just say that El Ten Eleven is …

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By contrast, probably the most obvious indication of noncentered (“ec-centric”) people is that