The Marginalian
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How to Bless Each Other: Poet and Philosopher John O’Donohue on the Light Within Us and Between Us
How to Bless Each Other: Poet and Philosopher John O’Donohue on the Light Within Us and Between Us

“The structures of our experience are the windows into the divine. When we are true to the call of experience, we are true to God.”

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Poetic Ecology and the Biology of Wonder
Poetic Ecology and the Biology of Wonder

“The real disconnect is not between our human nature and all the other beings; it is between our image of our nature and our real nature.”

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