One of the most popular inspirational works of the last century was a collection of prose poems called The Prophet. Its author, Lebanese-America...
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"There are things you can't reach. But
you can reach out to them, and all day long.
The wind, the bird flying away. The idea of God.
And it can keep ...
We must know our tradition and learn from it. Second, we must know that all our most basic spiritual roots are nourished and strengthened at one source -- Scripture.
Showing mercy to others, like being poor, or mourning, or being meek, or like hunger and thirst, is a quality of soul that necessitates death, self-denial, perhaps even significant personal loss.
To hunger and thirst for righteousness even amid the difficulties of life is a sign of life, of awakening and of awareness. It is an escape from the tendency to despair.
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