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All love, goodness, and holiness is a reflected gift. You take all things into yourself by gazing at them with reverence, and this completes the circuit of love. — Richard Rohr Read Trinity: Week 1 Summary
All authentic knowledge of God is participatory. . . . Divine knowing is allowing Someone Else to know in us, through us, for us, and even as us! — Richard Rohr Read Participatory Knowing
The energy in the universe is not in the planets, nor in the atomic particles, but very surprisingly in the relationship between them. — Richard Rohr Read A Relational Universe
Goodness isn’t sameness. Goodness, to be goodness, needs contrast and tension, not perfect uniformity. — Richard Rohr Read The Delight of Diversity
The Trinitarian flow is like the rise and fall of tides on a shore. All reality can be pictured as an Infinite Outflowing that generates an Eternal Infolding. — Richard Rohr Read The Fourth Person of the Trinity
Divine Personhood and human personhood are reciprocal, mutually-mirroring concepts. God’s nature as relationship creates ours. — Richard Rohr Read Creative Continuation
Love can flow toward you in every moment: through a flower, in a grain of sand, in a wisp of cloud, in any one person whom you allow to delight you. — Richard Rohr Read Let the Flow Happen
Contemplative prayer is a practice of self-emptying. At its most basic, it is letting go of our habitual thoughts, preferences, judgments, and feelings. — Richard Rohr Read Trinity: Week 2 Summary