What is the Source like?

What is the Source like?  Like the wind.  You cannot hold or see it, but it’s there just the same.

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DR. LAURENCE H. KANT (LARRY KANT), MYSTIC SCHOLAR: Engaged Mysticism and Scholarship in the Pursuit of Wisdom; Discovering meaning in every issue and facet of life; Integrating scholarship, spirituality, mysticism, poetry, community, economics, and politics seamlessly. Historian of Religion: Ph.D., Yale University, 1993 (Department of Religious Studies); Exchange Scholar, Harvard University, Rabbinics, 1983-84; M.A., 1982, Yale, 1982 (Department of Religious Studies); M.T.S., Harvard Divinity School, 1981; B.A., Classics (Greek and Latin), Tufts University, 1978; Wayland High School (Wayland, MA), 1974. Served on the faculty of Cornell University (Ithaca, NY), York University (Toronto), and Lexington Theological Seminary (Lexington, KY). Works in many languages: Ancient Greek, Latin, Hebrew, Aramaic, Syriac, English, French, Italian, German, Modern Greek (some Dutch, Portuguese, Spanish). Holder of numerous honors and awards, including The Rome Prize in Classics (Prix de Rome) and Fellow of the American Academy of Rome.
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2 Responses to “What is the Source like?”

  1. Avatar Wanda B. Olive says:

    Dr. Kant, One of the greatest sources of calmness that patient’s experience is when I suggest to them that they breathe in through their nose the “ruah” of life and blow out their anxiety. I explain that what they are breathing in is necessary to life. It provides a calming affect every time. I see the birth of life and the dying of life in the same way . . . life is breathed in and life is breathed out of the body. We can not hold onto the body, but the source of “ruah” continues to fill life.

    • Avatar Wanda B. Olive says:

      From an author whose name escapes me presently, the “ruah” is preceded by a space. God breathes in to all of creation, but that breath is preceded by “space.” We should live our lives accordingly. Blessings to you.

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