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|We can run away from, or at least run back inside to avoid, the stories we tell. We |
can hide from the revealing mirror of narrative, but only by enshrouding that
mirror with another narrative. And that narrative will only ... get out of our heads.
And so we recognize ourselves in the voice of the narrator even as we still
remain ourselves; other, not the same, yet familiar. ... We hear the brittle, distant
ache, and feel it echoing alone and true in our own hollow emptiness. The voice
gives a body ...
|Yet I believe we need to reach it, or we will not fully hear the echo of a spiritual |
emptiness within; and until we hear that ... We are not yet listening to our own
spiritual voice. ... Our education in who we are as spiritual people is only
|appear to be solid and real people, although in truth our bodies are bodies of |
light — and everything else is the same. ... The teachings suggest that you not
only remember these words, but also say them aloud to yourself from time to time.
... Sound-Emptiness When we train in the impure illusory body practices
associated with form- emptiness, we are ... The instruction here is to produce a
sound with your voice and then listen to the echo of that sound as it reflects back
to you. Just as ...
|With the pain of emptiness and the thought of my own journey to heaven came |
gratitude. ... only to hear, “No, just to myself”? I can hear Joyce's voice and ...
Back up and go down this road. We can get closer and you ... When we drove
she would see something of interest and I can still hear her voice, “Oh look—look
at that!” And I would ... But so will other words that will echo forever in my memory
. The five ...
|But now, only quiet and emptiness are left. Zijun will never return – never. ... Only |
my sense of hearing remained unimpaired, as if I could pick out Zijun's tread from
every other set of footsteps passing my gate. I would think I could hear them,
drawing closer, and closer – then fading into the distance, disappearing in a
confusion of other footsteps. ... each other, then my shabby room would echo with
the sound of my own voice: discoursing on the dictatorship of the Chinese family,
on the ...
|When music gives voice to the struggles of the people in the pews, the preacher |
is “given permission” by listeners to go deeper and ... their sinfulness until the
cries of their hearts and minds are addressed in a medium through which they
are able to hear. My own experience testifies to the impressions carved upon my
consciousness by popular music. ... and God used those lyrics to reveal to me not
only my own emptiness but also the emptiness of a whole generation without
|But recall also that the white requires the smudges of ink and the rasp of the |
voice in order to appear, albeit as what has always ... What appears therein, that
is, what do we hear when we listen to the grinding and not just to the emptiness
within which it turns? ... In taking up the question of the ink at work within the
language of the ur-poem, we return to an operation already ... Are the echoes of
an anterior clearing of an open, differentiated dimension the only music within the
ranges that ...
|Making Sense of Our Lives Through the Power and Practice of Story Christina |
Baldwin ... But we are not just a bunch of Cal- ifornians saying — oh, let's take the
groovy parts of God is love and Christianity and withdraw from the rest of it. ... St.
Gregory's echoes in midweek emptiness, but it comes to life on Sunday mornings
, when an eclectic gathering of several ... beat of drums, the sound of their own
feet gently slapping the wooden floors, the chants of their own voices filling the
|Hark! again a callGROOM: From Saratoga, love! _ _ _ ' BRIDE: O voice divine . - |
Is summer long enough to answer all? _ GROOM: Oh, yes; but not my purse,
sweet wife of mine. For our short honeymoon was such a hummer, I guess we'd
|The words of Isaiah still echo through our Advent weeks: “Say to those who are of |
fearful heart: Be strong, fear not!. . . a highway shall be ... in peace, so now we are
urged to prepare ourselves with trusting hearts for the new coming of Jesus, our
Savior. ... a source of desires and preoccupations; it moves the heart of man and
impels him to act only for his own satisfaction. ... And your ears shall hear a voice
behind you, saying 'This is the way; walk in it! ... I realize I must return to you.