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The Sacred Depths of Nature by Ursula Goodenough
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Nov 13, 10

Read from November 11 to 12, 2010

Goodenough writes with passionate reverence of the science she knows and teaches, and the faith she proclaims with joy. I am overcome. As I was out walking today I was struck by the loss of my best friend this summer, and asked please for a sign that all was well and could continue to be. Continuation. I didn't know how to ask for relief from my pain, but as I came up the last hill I saw a field of tall grass lit like candlelight by the sun, blazing as far as my eyes could see. And tonight I finished this beautiful book I started yesterday. Thank you, Ursula Goodenough for writing a beautiful benediction to and for life.
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“Life, we can now say, is getting something to happen against the odds, and remembering how to do it.”
Ursula Goodenough, The Sacred Depths of Nature


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11/11/2010 page 60
27.0% ""And so I lift up my head, and I bear my own witness, with affection and tenderness and respect. And in so doing, I sanctify myself with my own grace. To the extent that I know myself, I am known. My yearning to be Known is relegated to the corridors of arrogance, and I sing my own song, with deep gratitude for my existence.""

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