Bill Grace


Pastoral Epistemology - Poem by Bill Grace

Because we believe the material life is good
We test it and find this in it
Quite often ignoring to our detriment
The other plane called spirit.

A classic case of 'either-or' not untypical of European thought
The challenge is to come to Asia's wisdom of 'both-and'
And expand our possibilities.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 4, 2005



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