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Nothing Between

There is nothing now between. That this is, explodes the senses, sends thought reeling. Would we rather this wasn’t? Complaints against theodicy come too late. The cosmos already is, we already are, why now try to deny that which makes … Continue reading

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RCR – A Story (Long)

The leaves glimmer in the strong sun. The occasional breeze knocks the heavy drops sparkling to the dark forest floor. They are all that are left of the storm that filled the night. A spotted woodpecker quietly taps at the … Continue reading

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RCR – Waking Up

Heraclitus says that man does not see or hear, although he thinks he does – a common motif of many who might be said to have been part of the ‘quiet’ tradition in the West. What is this ‘quiet’ tradition? … Continue reading

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