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The Wonder of the Universe is Wondering in Us

Everything we see and touch consists of matter rearranged by information and energy. Everything is in connections and bonds. Life, mind, and love, our human nature, have been created in partnership with the rules that run the world.

- Paul R. Fleischman -

The Wonder of the Universe is Wondering in Us

Paul Fleischman is the author of numerous books, and has been honored by the American Psychiatric Association for his unique contributions to psychiatry and religion. He points to our sense of wonder as the apparatus by which we experience the intelligence of the universe within. "The wonder of the universe is wondering in us, he writes. And, To live with wonder one must persevere in unknowing, re-encountering and participating. More in this excerpt from his book: Wonder: When and Why the World Appears Radiant { read more }

Be The Change

Has your own sense of wonder dulled or been enhanced over the years? When do you experience its presence most keenly? For more inspiration join this Saturday's Awakin Call with Paul R. Fleischman. { more }


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