Thoughts In Solitude

Author: Thomas Merton
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 9781429944076
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" Thoughts in Solitude stands alongside The Seven Storey Mountain as one of Merton's most uring and popular works. Thomas Merton, a Trappist monk, is perhaps the foremost spiritual thinker of the twentiethcentury.


Author: William Thompson Bacon
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THOUGHTS IN SOLITUDE. Deep in a glen, where met in other days Two
brawling streams, that, downward hoarsely hurled, Had carved a channel in the
solid rock ; Beneath a sheltering cliff that northward looks, Frowning and vast,
down whose rough, shelvy sides A small rill tinkles with continuous music — (
Music that stirs, not fills the ear of thought;) Into this spot I turn, in one of those
Mild moods of musing in the Autumn time, When the romantic mind, by something
led, Impulse ...

Solitude S Of Poetry At Its Best

Author: Albert Sewell
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595222153
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During the quietness of these memories we are confronted within the Solitude's
of Poetry and they are being harbored as a nostalgia as many such events of life.
However, the recollections of these memories allows for the eventful moments,
which are a part of our lives, and that which we having to live throughout our
growing up stages. Also during the expressions of our lives We are associated
within the Solitude's of Poetry by these collective thoughts. The Solitude's of
Poetry is all of ...

Thoughts From Earth

Author: James Miller
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1412024706
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... that desire in all that I am doing. I hope that I will never do anything apart from
that desire. And I know that if I do this you will lead me by the right road though I
may know nothing about it. Therefore will I trust you always though I may seem to
be lost and in the shadow of death. I will not fear, for you are ever with me, and
you will never leave me to face my perils alone. - THOMAS MERTON
THOUGHTS OF SOLITUDE — the end — ABoUT THE AUTHoR ' 4f" r . [D l | A

An Autumn Dream Thoughts In Verse

Author: John Sheppard
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Thoughts on solitude— The writer roams alone till day Is —Pages 125—149 The
Sabbath Eve —The Concourse —The Spirit Penina —The Enthroned —The

Migrations To Solitude

Author: Sue Halpern
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0307787494
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These include Emerson ("On Solitude"), Rousseau, Reverie! of a Solitary Walker,
Thoreau (Walden), Louis Mumford (The City in History), Thomas Merton (
Thoughts in Solitude, The Monastic journey), Sissela Bok (Secretr: On the Ethics
of Concealment and Revelation), and Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Letters and Papers
from Prison). Other, unnamed sources have been equally instructive. Alan
Westin's Privary and Freedom, written in 1967, remains a definitive and prescient
work; Privacy ...

Depth Psychology

Author: Dennis Patrick Slattery
Publisher: Daimon
ISBN: 385630701X
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Thomas Merton: Thoughts in Solitude Desert and Wilderness are broad
archetypal places, ones that I thought I understood, even minimally and which I
want to give you a sense of through some of my own experiences during the past
year. For approximately three months, I traveled through six states and retreated
into 11 monasteries and one Zen center in the western half of the United States.
In several of these places I came up against the terror and the comfort of desert
solitude and ...

What Is Modernity

Author: Takeuchi Yoshimi
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231509138
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of the writer as an isolated individual, alone with his thoughts, which require
unique artistic expression. This view of the bundan represents isolation or
solitude in strictly psychological terms: the literary thoughts of the writer distance
him from others and force him to pursue his craft alone, where he can all the
more easily be true to himself and his individual genius. That is to say, the
relation between thought and solitude in this instance is grounded upon nothing
more substantial than ...