Finding Our Way Back to Eden

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iUniverse, Apr 10, 2009 - Literary Collections
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Eden or paradise is not a place, nor has it even been a place, but rather is a metaphor for an inner experience of a paradisaical state of inner unity. It is the home we miss and long for, and yet it is the home we have never left, nor has 'It' ever left us..
 

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Contents

Eden
Original Sin
A Tendency Towards Complexity
Rolling Along
A Dream Within A Dream
Awakening
The Dark Night
And Then
Requiem
The Child With The Radiant Heat
Anger
Falling Backward Into The Abyss
Empty
The Brown Cowl
Crocus
Untitled

Small Things
Opening
Light As A Metaphor
Your Father
Whale Watcher
Durga
Finding Love At A Funeral
Laughing Buddha
Hate The Cast Out Goddess
The Long Way Round
The Janus Coin
To Be Still For Another
Closure
Musing
Lazarus
The Church As Eve Intended
Goddess of Discord Having a Really Bad Day
Inspiration
The Cocktail Party
Faith
Knowing And Not Knowing
Lucifer The Light Bearer
Prophet By The Side Of The Road
Gratitude
The Black Queen
Pan
Sleep Walking
Goldfish Philosophy
Denial
Becoming
It Is Never Too Late
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