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Theologian, James Mackey, once shared this story: A man he knew was part of a hunting expedition in Africa. His group was camped in a jungle. One morning he left camp early, hiked a few miles into the bush by himself, and shot two wild turkeys.
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Piet Fransen wrote many important books, but he will always be most remembered for giving us a wonderful parable that runs something like this:
In her book, Guidelines for Mystical Prayer, Ruth Burrows makes an interesting comment on Thrse of Lisieux. Looking at photographs of her, Burrows points that there is a quality of separateness, of being alone, that Thrse's face always exhibits, even when she is in a group. Something always set her apart, even though she was a very sociable person.