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Nov. 15 marked an anniversary of sorts for me – 20 years of writing this column. I began it in 1982 as a bi-weekly piece while I was doing doctoral studies in Louvain, Belgium.
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It's not easy to be centred, rooted, secure in who we are, able to give the world our best.
In his novel, Oscar and Lucinda, Peter Carey, offers this colourful image of gossip. In a small town there are rumours about the priest and a certain woman.
Inside a little book entitled, The Thomas Merton Poems, J.S. Porter writes this piece:
There's too much of everything
books, stars, flowers.