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Growing in Reverence

J. Allen Boone, in a wonderful little book called The Language of Silence, describes modern humanity as “overcivilized, overmechanized, overeducated, oversexed, and chronically frustrated.” He contrasts modern humans with children Continue reading

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A Call to Reverence

Awakening to a new understanding of our spiritual identity as human beings means knowing we live in communion with the Divine and all that exists in our Universe. It means going back, in a sense, to something our ancient ancestors seemed to know instinctively or intuitively to be true about ourselves: that “relatedness” is a condition of our existence. Continue reading

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