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Tag Archives: Thomas Merton
Perhaps the inner motive is that the fact of being loved disinterestedly reminds us that we all need love from others, and depend upon the charity of others to carry on our own lives. And we refuse love, and reject society, in so far as it seems…to imply some obscure kind of humiliation. Continue reading