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CollectionsYour library (1,400)


Tagsmysticism (149), spirituality (126), Celtic Christianity (59), theology (49), Cistercian (44), Christianity (41), Catholicism (32), Thomas Merton (29), Carmelite (29), Benedictine (20) — see all tags

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Favorite authorsAnne Lamott, Thomas Merton, Evelyn Underhill, Ken Wilber (Shared favorites)


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Real nameCarl McColman

LocationStone Mountain, GA, USA

Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs /profile/anamchara (profile)
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Member sinceJun 8, 2007

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Glancing through your library (I stumbled here because we have an unusual book in common), I want to recommend a book you might enjoy. [[Power of Raven, Wisdom of Serpent: Celtic Women's Spirituality]] by [Noragh Jones] It focusses on the day to day blessings throughout the roles a woman played in traditional society. Much would be familiar but she pulls it together well.
I just read a cached page of yours on another topic and read that you are becoming a lay associate (Holy Spirit?). I joined such a group at Gethsemani a number of years ago and it is a spot-on blessing. Community is a blessing.
Just added another book (Harton, Elements of the Spiritual Life) and of course you have it too! I got it because of a particularly great quote on Liturgy I have pondered for over a year now. Wish we could talk. God keep you. Joel Watson
friended you...
we are acquainted on livejournal also of course
do you know john o donohue's conamara blues?
posted one on lj today think they are very good
of course conamara the land is wonderful too
though wasnt there long enough to feel its blues
+Seraphim Sigrist
=ssigrist on library thing
seraphimsigrist on lj
"Miracle is simply the wonder of the unique that points us back to the wonder of everyday" (Maurice Friedman)

"There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle." (Albert Einstein)

"A miracle is a shift in perception." (A course in Miracles)

"Everything comes to him who hustles while he waits." (Thomas Edison)
To no surprise we share a lot of the same books! I just have my free first 200 books entered for now. :o) Thank you for sharing this website with me! I love it!
Only when the last tree has died
and the last river has been poisoned
and the last fish has been caught
will we realize
we cannot eat money.

Cree Indian Expression
Greeting anamchara, thanks for accepting my invitation. I see that you live in Stone Mountain. I'm about 15 miles to the west of you in the West End area of Atlanta (near the Atlanta University Center).

I'm new to this. Can anybody see this?

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