Traveling in the Belly of a Paradox

ORDINARY LIFE - Thoughts and Ideas to Help You Live a Happier Life

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Summary for April 24, 2016

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Dear Folks -

We travel in the belly of a paradox. I got that phrase from the writings of Thomas Merton. A metaphor used for the living of life, no matter how superficially or profoundly, is that of making a journey. We can meander meaninglessly or travel with great purpose and commitment. In the wise and useful journey of becoming we have to give up having a home back there or out there in order to be at home where we are. We travel as if we did not know where we are going. We live as if we have already arrived.

That is the gist of the talk offered in Ordinary Life this week. You’ll find the text of the talk, the presentation slides and audio version using the links below

Be well and much love,

Bill Kerley

To read or download the text of the talk click here.

To view the presentation slides click here.

To listen to the audio of the talk use the link below.