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Ellery Klein

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Ellery Klein is a fiddler, singer, and aspiring ukulele player. She performed with Billboard-charting Celtic band Gaelic Storm from 2003 to 2007, was a founding member of the Irish band Long Time Courting.

She has taught fiddle workshops and college courses in Ireland, Japan, Bermuda and the United States.

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We listened to this with my 7 and 10 year olds as a family audiobook on our summer vacation drive. We were all riveted as Eric Dinerstein brought the Nepali cultures, land, wildlife, elephants and his characters vividly to life in an intricate and we ...more
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“Faith, for me, isn't an argument, a catechism, a philosophical “proof.” It is instead a lens, a way of experiencing life, and a willingness to act.”
Sara Miles, Take This Bread: A Radical Conversion

“When I think of the years when I had no faith, what I am struck by, first of all, is how little this lack disrupted my conscious life. I lived not without God, nor wish his absence, but in a mild abeyance of belief, drifting through the days on a tide of tiny vanities — a publication, a flirtation, a strong case made for some weak nihilism — nights all adagios and alcohol as my mind tore luxuriously into itself. I can see now how deeply God’s absence affected my unconscious life, how under me always there was this long fall that pride and fear and self-live at once protected me from and subjected me to. Was the fall into belief or into unbelief? Both. For if grace woke me to God’s presence in the world and in my heart, it also woke me to his absence. I never truly felt the pain of unbelief until I began to believe.”
Christian Wiman, My Bright Abyss: Meditation of a Modern Believer

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