Tag: spirituality

  • Unshakeable Reality

    In his novel, The Great Divorce, C.S. Lewis imagines a bus-load of people who travel from “hell” to “heaven.” Their trip takes them from a place described as “gray,” and ghost-like in its not-so-solid existence. Heaven, on the other hand, is quite solid. The day-trippers find the most immediate difficulty of their journey to be…

  • All In The Head

    Some questions are so obvious we fail to ask them. Is it all in the head? The question is whether the sense of spiritual, refers to anything other than ourselves. Is there any connection between myself and others, between myself and God, between myself and nature, or is such a perception only a set of…

  • To Live A Spiritual Life

    It has become a commonplace to hear someone say, “I’m spiritual but not religious.” Most people have a general understanding of what is meant. I usually assume that the person holds to a number of ideas that are considered “spiritual” in our culture, but that they are not particularly interested in “organized religion.” I understand…


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  1. Matthew, Generally speaking, in Orthodoxy, when we speak of “obedience” (I don’t anyone who speaks of “submission”), we are speaking…

  2. Matthew, Just to confirm, I’m not suggesting we are self-made. I hope I didn’t make that impression. And yes, I…

  3. Dee, I really like your description of the effects of humility. The description helps me understand humility better. Thank you.

  4. Thank you Michael. Yes … it is not easy making the transition, but it (Orthodoxy) being of the heart makes…


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