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finding life in ambivalent places

finding life in ambivalent places
 

karl rahner is awesome...

Thursday, September 20, 2007

“Become aware that [God] has been quietly listening for a long time whether you, after all the busy noise of your life, and all the idle talk that you called your illusion-free philosophy of life, or perhaps even your prayer during which you only talked to yourself, after all the despaired weeping and mute groaning about the need of your life, whether you finally could be silent before him and let him speak the word, the word that seemed only to be like a deadly silence to the earlier man who was you”.

-The Need and The Blessing of Prayer

it's about time for a new post, eh?



so life has been rather busy the last few days, or really weeks, or months, actually. busy, and full of new experiences and introspections, unfamiliar emotions and feelings all too familiar. so much so that the thought of blogging has been intimidating and somewhat unimportant.

but now classes have started back up again, which means i am re-entering a routine of academia and contemplation. and that means i'll be blogging again, because i'll be prompted to write down what i'm thinking.

for now, i'll leave you with a realization i had the other day...it's easier for me to feel aimlessly lonely
than to point my loneliness at someone
 
   





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