Richard Rohr Knowing is always balanced by…

Richard Rohr, “Knowing is always balanced by not knowing.” He was referring to the two great Revelations in the New and Old Testaments.

‘YHWH’ (no syllables) as the ‘breath’ – our first, our last and our truest prayer – was a key to uniting the Eastern and Western contemplative traditions.

RICHARD ROHR – LISTEN TO THESE TWO

YHWH (Yahweh) AS The PRAYER THAT ALL UTTER FROM FIRST BREATH TO LAST BREATH
http://www.norwichmeditation.co.uk/Articles/115286/Norwich_Meditation/Speakers/Past_Speakers/God_is_not.aspx

RICHARD ROHR – ON CONTEMPLATIVE PRAYER
http://www.norwichmeditation.co.uk/Media/Player.aspx?media_id=19872&file_id=21977

TAGS: ‘YHWH’, knowing, mystery, not knowing, breath, Yahweh, Contemplative Prayer,

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Circles by Carl Sandburg The white man drew…

Circles by Carl Sandburg

The white man drew a small circle in the sand
and told the red man, “This is what the Indian
knows,” and drawing a big circle around the
small one, “This is what the white man knows.”
The Indian took the stick and swept an immense
ring around both circles: “This is where the
white man and the red man know nothing.”

TAGS: circles, Carl Sandburg, white man, red man, Mystery, not knowing, N American indian,