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The Beach and the Soul: Anne Morrow Lindbergh on the Benedictions of the Sea
The Beach and the Soul: Anne Morrow Lindbergh on the Benedictions of the Sea

“The sea does not reward those who are too anxious, too greedy, or too impatient… Patience, patience, patience, is what the sea teaches. Patience and faith. One should lie empty, open, choiceless as a beach.”

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A Glow in the Consciousness: The Continuous Creative Act of Seeing Clearly
A Glow in the Consciousness: The Continuous Creative Act of Seeing Clearly

“Simply to look on anything… with the love that penetrates to its essence, is to widen the domain of being in the vastness of non-being.”

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The Pleasure of Being Left Alone
The Pleasure of Being Left Alone

“An exquisite peace obtains: a drowsy, golden peace, flowing honey-sweet over my dwelling, soaking it, dripping like music from the walls… A peace for gods; a divine emptiness.”

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Swan Sky: A Bittersweet Vintage Japanese Meditation on Love, Loss, and the Eternal Consolations of Belonging
Swan Sky: A Bittersweet Vintage Japanese Meditation on Love, Loss, and the Eternal Consolations of Belonging

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