Monthly Archives: May 2013

Beyond Either/Or

Dualistic thinking tends to view everything in an either/or fashion. Something is either good or bad, right or wrong, creative or destructive, saved or lost, and so on. Reality is imagined as a series of distinct oppositions. It imagines a … Continue reading

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Imagination in Transformation

Saint John Chrysostom: “Not to share one’s goods with the poor is to rob them and to deprive them of life. It is not our goods that we possess, but theirs” (Homily on Lazarus). It seems to me that there … Continue reading

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