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We find ourselves in a world made luminous with wonder We find ourselves in a world made luminous with wonder
Silence, in face, lies at the heart of spiritual practice Silence, in face, lies at the heart of spiritual practice
Not quite what we had in mind Not quite what we had in mind
Is it an improvement upon silence Is it an improvement upon silence
When we stop seeing the world as a problem When we stop seeing the world as a problem
Seeing every human being as a marvel Seeing every human being as a marvel
We must love the world as new lovers do each other We must love the world as new lovers do each other
Silence is not something we reason our way into Silence is not something we reason our way into
Learning to Fall Philip Simmons's call to see God in everything, not only in the eyes of the suffering but in the suffering itself.
Learning to Fall Salutes the spiritual practice of attention as a passport to meaning in our lives.