“This is a paradox, a koan for our limited human understanding. But, our constant attention to living liberated requires constant commitment to our own humility - renunciation of our ego - and through the consistency of effort, we become that state which we are attending to. The verb becomes the noun. The act becomes the state.”
Let your spirit be strong like Jesus.
Nothing much to report, but I’m currently reading...
On "Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 11:55 AM," I received a cool email from an undergrad student I recently just met interested in libraries: "I was wondering if you'd be interested in answering a few questions via e-mail about your library career so far. I am completing a tutorial on Library Sciences with Tammera, and [...]
"Many archives are digitizing their holdings. But to make so much material from a writer whose work is still under copyright freely available online is unusual."
“This idea of having a sacred book and not being able to read it,” he said in a phone interview, “that’s a window into her piety. And it is in line with a longer tradition one finds in the black religious experience in North America...”
Andy Rau of BibleGateway.com re-grounding Dr. King's Scriptural foundations in the Country's most famous March on Washington...