The mysticism of Meister Eckhart, a 14th century Dominican priest, preacher, and theologian, reverberates in the thoughts and writings of Nicholas of Cusa, Jacob Boehme, Julian of Norwich, Teresa of Avila, and other religious thinkers down through the centuries. Thomas Merton who was "entranced" by his work and Matthew Fox refers often to him in discussions of creation spirituality. Eckhart contains a sampler of his sturdy mystical perspective. There is, for example, the controversial priest's poignant observation: "Man's best chance of finding God is to look in the place where he left Him." Or, "One who truly has God will have Him in all places, in the streets and in the world, no less than in the church." This Eckhart smorgasbord will send you to the library for more of his mystical insights.