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Richard Rohr: If holy affirming is first of all life, then the holy denying is almost inevitable, otherwise we would idolize the holy affirming. It keeps everything flowing. We can’t have it forever. Everything passes away. This everything that passes away is also reborn in God.

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39 Jesus also told them a parable: ‘Can a blind person guide a blind person? Will not both fall into a pit?

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The mystery of transformation that is mirrored, that is received by resonance, by communion, by connection, by relationship comes down to your capacity for presence.

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

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In the “Sermon On The Mount” is Jesus’ vision for the Christian life. This is what it looks like to live truly and deeply the life to which Jesus calls us.

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Francis opens the doorI love this image.

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Notes from Diana Butler-Bass’ Saturday morning session at St. John the Divine Anglican Church, Victoria.

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For more than five decades Jacob Needleman has been a professor of philosophy at San Francisco State University. He is a widely respected author who has spent his life exploring and commenting on a range of spiritual traditions.

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What did John the Baptist see when the eye of his heart was opened through the practice of surrender?

He saw a man.

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