The Way of Wonder: A Return to the Mystery of Ourselves

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Jack Haas, 2002 - Mysticism
This is a groundbreaking exploration of the mystery of existence, in that it both assimilates many divergent paths, showing how these proceed toward the same hallowed destination- wonder- and also by preparing the reader to walk along this way. There are over two-hundred and fifty individuals quoted in this work, from many disparate cultures, epochs, and paths. Though scholarly in nature, the book is intended to be inspirational, and is accessible to a vast range of readers. This is a book devoted to the miracle, awe, and beauty in all life. It is a book about the rapture of unknowing.
 

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Contents

Rapture
The Myth of Knowing
THE MARRIAGE OF EAST AND WEST154
From the Orient
From the Occident
From the Little Books
Immaculate Conception
The Child
Necessary Newness
Death and Resurrection
The Mad and the Mystic
THE MYSTERY OF GOD
The Highest Unknowable
The Immanence of Wonder
BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX

THE WHOLE AND THE BROKEN

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