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When Relationships Change: Anne Morrow Lindbergh on Embracing the Intermittency and Mutability of Love
When Relationships Change: Anne Morrow Lindbergh on Embracing the Intermittency and Mutability of Love

“All living relationships are in process of change, of expansion, and must perpetually be building themselves new forms.”

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The Warblers and the Wonder of Being: Loren Eiseley on Contacting the Miraculous
The Warblers and the Wonder of Being: Loren Eiseley on Contacting the Miraculous

“The time has to be right; one has to be, by chance or intention, upon the border of two worlds. And sometimes these two borders may shift or interpenetrate and one sees the miraculous.”

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Time and the Soul: Philosopher Jacob Needleman on Our Search for Meaning
Time and the Soul: Philosopher Jacob Needleman on Our Search for Meaning

“The real significance of our problem with time… is a crisis of meaning… The root of our modern problem with time is neither technological, sociological, economic nor psychological. It is metaphysical. It is a question of the meaning of human life itself.”

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The Bird in the Heart: Terry Tempest Williams on the Paradox of Transformation and How to Live with Uncertainty
The Bird in the Heart: Terry Tempest Williams on the Paradox of Transformation and How to Live with Uncertainty

“We can change, evolve, and transform our own conditioning. We can choose to move like water rather than be molded like clay.”

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Yes: William Stafford’s Poetic Calibration of Perspective
Yes: William Stafford’s Poetic Calibration of Perspective

“No guarantees in this life.”

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