Remembering What We Have Forgotten

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November 23, 2012

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Remembering What We Have Forgotten

We’re so engaged in doing things to achieve purposes of outer value that we forget the inner value. The rapture that is associated with being alive is what it is all about.

– Joseph Campbell –

Remembering What We Have Forgotten

Discovering the writings of Peter Kingsley (In the Dark Places of Wisdom, Reality and now A Story Waiting to Pierce You) reminded me of what a mystery it is to be alive. One is always forgetting this, especially in this era of science’s stupendous discoveries and the astonishing advance of techonology. It’s as if we have the power to figure everything out. Does this confidence in our knowledge stand in the way of feeling something that’s even deeper and more true? Listening to Peter Kingsley is like a wake-up call. { read more }

Be The Change

Find a quiet place and sit there for five minutes in silence. Reflect on the mystery of existence.

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