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Blog Watch: Reflecting on Wirzba's "Dark Night of the Soil"

When the illusionment of our religious speak and lust for the transcendent collides with the naked disillusionment of everyday experience we catch a glimpse of the sacredness of place. It is here amidst the paper jams, car rides, board meetings, runny noses and broken relationships that we glimpse something of the character of the Divine.

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