There is a wonderful paper from 1988 called “Decoding the Mysteries” which is all about the difference between reality and our knowledge about reality. In jargon, the first has to […]
Those whose faith is not passive, but engages reality, will receive a second, more fulfilling blessing in the harmony of belief and experience.
Blessed are those who believe what they see.
We went down to the sea to walk on sky. To wander between the stars cast perfectly in reverse on this first mirror, shining in the millimetre of silk left floating above the saturated sands as the tide retreats…
The invitation is to recognise your fallen nature because this will lead you to a full understanding of Milton’s message at the end of the poem; although fallen, there is nevertheless the possibility of “A paradise within thee, happier farr”
Do you remember what it felt like to let go? Do you remember what it felt like to let go? To stand out from behind your dark corner and look […]
To live slow enough to hear the sun, watch its symbols slide across your bedroom on a lazy afternoon spent seeing shadows rise and fall over sheets, no music this, […]
So immersed in language did you become that eventually every word, every utterance became something entirely divine. And then you couldn’t speak at all for fear that you might sully […]