Spirituality and Meditation

Meditation is equally beneficial to meditators of all ages. The advice to teachers of kindergarten teachers is applicable also to adults.
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The Church Fathers were ancient and influential Christian theologians and writers who established the intellectual and doctrinal foundations of Christianity.

For them prayer was as natural as breathing. They said, “birds fly, fishes swim and man prays.” and the last breath of the dying person together make up and proclaim the divine name.

Lou Tseng-Tsiang (12 June 1871 – 15 January 1949) was a Chinese diplomat and a Catholic  priest and monk. He was twice  Premier of the Republic of China and led his country’s delegation at the Paris Peace Conference of 1919.

He later became Catholic Abbott of a Benedictine Abbey near Bruges in Belgium

John C.H. Wu; (born 28 March 1899, Ningbo – 6 February 1986) was a Chinese jurist and author. He wrote works in Chinese, English, French, and German on Christian spirituality, Chinese literature (including a translation of the Tao Te Ching) and on legal topics.

On his Tao Te Ching translation, Thomas Merton said Wu’s work was “absolutely necessary for us not only to progress but even to survive.

He wrote the Chinese Constitution for Chiang Kai-shek

This work that was first published posthumously and anonymously was written in French by the Russian Valentin Tomberg, and subsequently translated into English.

“It is simply astonishing. I have never read such a comprehensive account of the ‘perennial philosophy'” – Father Bede Griffiths

“This book in my view is the greatest contribution contribution to date to the rediscovery and renewal of the Christian contemplative tradition of the Fathers of the Church and the High Middle Ages.” – Trappist abbot Thomas Keating
Gerard Manley Hopkins
With audio readings by Claire (née Marchionne) Galmiche, Shaun MacLoughlin and one stanza by Paul Scofield

In my view thanks to his profound spirituality, his sensuous love of nature and his brilliant, original poetic form, he is England’s greatest poet.
Poet’s Pilgrimage part 1 – presented by Dame Felicitas Corrigan
A flower has opened in my heart.
What flower is this?
What flower of Spring?
What simple, secret thing?
Siegfried Sassoon
Angkor Wat
a Playscript of the History and Mythology of Cambodia’s Magnificent Temples.
Welcome to Cambodia, to the great inland sea the Tonle Sap, to the Flying Palaces of Angkor and to the greatest of them all, the largest religious building in the world, Angkor Wat