On Spiritual Learning

27 11 2010

It’s like reading a map—it puts the world into a more holistic perspective, aware of the larger picture, our relation to the stars and the soil, the tangible and intangible.

We can traverse through the world without a map.
We can know Truth without language.

With some more orientation, by studying different maps, different perspectives, and synthesizing them into our own experience, that WE affirm where the valleys and summits are, our own walking of the world can be more directed, perhaps more awake, more aware, of how this particular HERE NOW relates to the full map, the whole.

and, i reckon, that’s all spirituality is: awareness of the whole.

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