Posted By William Coleman on Dec 28, 2014 | 0 comments

There are places in the world that are neither here, nor there, neither up nor down, neither real nor imaginary.  These are the in-between places, difficult to find and even more challenging to sustain.  Yet they are the most fruitful places of all.  For in these liminal narrows, a kind of life takes place that is out of the ordinary, creative, and once in a while, genuinely magical.  We tend to divide life between mind and matter and to assume that we must be in one or the other or both.  But religion and folklore tell of another place that is often found by accident, where strange events take place, and where we learn things that can’t be discovered in any other way.

Thomas Moore, Parabola Magazine.

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