I like to see art as humanity's capacity to increase awe in the universe.
Matthew Fox

How Silence Leads Us To Awe

How Silence Leads Us To Awe

Oct 20, 2018-- When life leaves us "dumb-struck", awed into silence, we are jolted into living and understanding with our right brains. These moments are universally understood as deep spiritual experiences. In this excerpt from the book "The Lotus and the Rose", Matthew Fox and Lama Tsomo explore this essential spiritual principle using the lenses of Christianity and Buddhism. (8700 reads)


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