Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Blogger shares points from Moore's Soul Mates

The blog, "Orixa in Exile", offers a summary of Moore’s best seller under the heading "Notes from Soul Mates by Thomas Moore". Some points include page numbers, others are listed with bullets. The summary begins:

Preface
•Moore explains his biases, his Catholic upbringing, his Jungian predisposition, fondness for Renaissance theology
•It's my conviction that slight shifts in imagination have more impact on living than major efforts at change.
•The Renaissance theologians, my primary teachers, advocated "natural religion" ― not in the eighteenth century sense of a rational religion, but as a sensitivity to the sacred in everyday life.

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