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The fundamental human imaginative act is to see the other The fundamental human imaginative act is to see the other
It never hurts to appease the demonic and hungry parts of the soul It never hurts to appease the demonic and hungry parts of the soul
Make ourselves open to the increase of life Make ourselves open to the increase of life
How do you save all beings? How do you save all beings?
Modest acts of courage reverse evils before they grow great Modest acts of courage reverse evils before they grow great
The Light Inside the Dark John Tarrant's tribute to repetition as an arena where our lives can be enhanced by the spiritual practice of attention.
Bring Me the Rhinoceros John Tarrant on the meaning of not picking and choosing but accepting what's happening as right.
The Light Inside the Dark John Tarrant's tribute to waiting as an arena where our lives can be enhanced by the spiritual practice of attention.
Bring Me the Rhinoceros Brings to life the practice of using enigmatic queries to encourage curiosity and uncover a hidden kindness in life.
The Light Inside the Dark A description of the various descents into darkness that are part and parcel of our spiritual development.