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Four Elements: Reflections on Nature

by John O'Donohue

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Always a challenge to contemplative thinking, Irish poet and philosopher, John O'Donohue, brings spiritual understanding using concepts of air, water, fire, stone.. exploring aspects of air as applicably descriptive of Ruach Ha'kodesh - Holy Spirit ~ the breath of God.

O'Donohue's quote from a 13th century portion of a Persian prayer poem continues its resonance in me ~ "Be a full bucket pulled up the dark way
Of a well, then lifted out into light."

While not in agreement with every theological thought, there is much to enjoy in the exploration... ( )
  FHC | Jun 13, 2013 |
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Explores the author's spiritual insights on the natural elements of water, stone, air, and fire, and provides guidance and non-denominational recommendations for building a spiritual connection to nature.

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