The human trauma and transformation – Monica Cassani

This is utterly gorgeous (whether you are of the Christian or another faith, or none), and follows on from last night’s Thomas Merton post, on this Easter weekend.

James Finley, talking about Thomas Merton, Path to the Palace of Nowhere and our human response to suffering.

‘…that the glory of the blessed is the endless journey of being endlessly humbled in the depths of a love we will never grasp, never exhaust and never come to the end of.’

Palace Gate Counselling Service, Exeter

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