“Behold: I Make All Things New” – The word “Apocalypse” does NOT mean catastrophe and collapse. It means “the unveiling of something important that had been deeply hidden.” It is a word of promise, of transformation. Warning: Some viewers may be offended by explicitly Christian language (just kidding…)
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from Diane Pendola: Reflections and a Prayer, for restoring and renewing the sacred land that supports our lives
A song of Good Friday. Peter and the women, at the Cross.
“We are – all of us – the legitimate heirs of the sum total of human wisdom.”This presentation is an homage and a meditation in the spirit of Raimon Panikkar (1918-2010), teacher and mentor to me and to so many others.
A prayer of Gratitude for everything that we are, everything that we have, everything that we know. This prayer is also included in the video “A Prayer for Our Planet.”
I have been intimately involved with Teilhard’s thought for over fifty years. Our work now is a genuine transfomative Convergence as we evolve out of the so-called Anthropocene Era into another Era we cannot yet name.
“You are the Crown of Creation – and you’ve got no place to go.”
“All that rises must converge”, says Teilhard. But what of an evolutionary moment where it seems that all is collapsing, instead?
Raimon Panikkar (1918-2010) was one of the most important visionaries of modern times in the area of cross-cultural spirituality and contemplative, non-dual awareness.