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Ankh by Eve Toliman Anna Akhmatova. Just the sound of your name softly hammering against the roof of my mouth calls me, gently, into order.  Anna Akhmatova. If one such as you once lived then I want to live here … Continue reading

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A Hidden Wholeness: Thomas Merton and Martin Luther King, Jr.

A Hidden Wholeness: Thomas Merton and Martin Luther King, Jr. by Albert J. Raboteau At the time of his assassination, plans were underway for Martin Luther King, Jr., to make a retreat with Thomas Merton at Our Lady of Gethsemani … Continue reading

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Joseph Brodsky Nobel Lecture

Joseph Brodsky Nobel Lecture December 8, 1987 (Translation from Russian) I For someone rather private, for someone who all his life has preferred his private condition to any role of social significance, and who went in this preference rather far … Continue reading

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From 1953 to 1981 a silver haired woman calling herself only “Peace Pilgrim” walked more than 25,000 miles on a personal pilgrimage for peace. She vowed to “remain a wanderer until mankind has learned the way of peace, walking until … Continue reading

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