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Moon Over Salzburg – On Spirituality and Coincidence

The last time I was single, I lived for a couple of years in Salzburg, Austria. I love that city and I’ve made a number of return trips over the years since 1978, the last year of my more-or-less permanent … Continue reading

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The Cocktail Party in My Head

How do you learn God’s timeless language of silence? About sixteen years ago, when I first began the practice of contemplative prayer, I discovered that I shared something in common with centuries of pilgrims that had gone before me in … Continue reading

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