Monthly Archives: January 2010

Robinson Crusoe & the Devil

The English novelist Daniel Defoe, best known for his adventure story Robinson Crusoe, also authored a work on the supernatural entitled The Political History of the Devil. The same man who could write a powerful novel about the interaction between … Continue reading

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A Still Small Voice

An earthquake in Haiti has shaken the world. How long will its reverberations last? Aid will hopefully continue to pour in. We will send money. We will shake our heads in sorrow. We will read and watch the news until … Continue reading

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Unlocking Our Vision

Next to the self-portrait of Luca Signorelli in the duomo at Orvieto is a portrait of his master, Fra Angelico. There is a powerful distinction between the two men. Signorelli’s eyes are fixed outward, upon reality. Beside him, Fra Angelico, … Continue reading

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Finding the Words

I am having difficulty finding the right words. It is not this newsletter that is the unusual challenge. Debbie and I had an intense week filled with powerful experiences. I cannot find the words to express all of my feelings … Continue reading

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