Saturday, July 26, 2008

Loss for words

"As you forgive, you may find yourself to be more at a loss for words than you used to be. Don't worry about that. This isn't about looking smart; it's about being healed by the Holy Spirit. This process is already accelerating within you. As the Course says, you are no longer wholly insane."
- The Disappearance Of The Universe by Gary Renard, page 196


marian said...

I'm experiencing something like that these days. It has happened before, but I'm definitely in a phase in which I have a very keen awareness of the limitations of my usual mind. I feel comfortable standing at the edge and saying "I don't know" right now. I have no idea. I simply do not understand. So I feel blank, expectant, open, with no real desire to discuss it.

Not very good for my blog! Yet, anyway.

eolake said...

Yes, the road to enlightenment is clearly bad for writers. :)

Me, I still have words, but I have given up being certain about anything at all, and I'm rarely interested in anything for long.