A joyful resting place

We long to be at home in the world, Norman Wirzba once wrote.

“Our failure—as evidenced in flights to virtual worlds and the growing reliance on ‘life enhancing’ drugs, antidepressants, antacids and stress management techniques—suggests a pervasive unwillingness or inability to make this world a home, to find our places and communities, our bodies and our work, a joyful resting place,” Wirzba said.

I found this quote in Gordon Stewart’s book Be Still—Departure from Collective Madness.

–Joy

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