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The Perennial tradition is the big truth, that is always true. Jesus called it the kingdom of God.

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Knowing that you are ready to resonate love, to mirror love, because you are love –

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We don’t know how to connect unity and diversity, because there is no metanarrative, no universal truth; there’s no “truth”.

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The Trinity has no separation.

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Raimon Pannikar sees inside the mind of Jesus, the divine pole – “I and the Father are one.” And then he looks at the human, the contingent, the Abba/Papa creature pole.

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The biblical vision of what it means to be truly human is deeply challenging.

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Probably as many words as there are stars in the universe have been poured out in the name of love. What helpful observation could anyone possibly offer on such an exhaustively addressed topic?

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Thomas Merton wrote many beautiful words on love. In preparation for Valentine’s Day, here are a few of my favourite short Merton quotes on love.

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I hope that in our community:

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On this day in which a new president of the United States is installed I make my plea to whomever may stumble across these words in this small space.

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