contemplation

i consider myself a theologian… but more than that i strive to be a contemplative, an incarnational contemplative… one whose contemplation is firmly grounded in the experience of the christ who became incarnate to show a specific way of perceiving and living life (abundant life) in this world and the next. (2008.11.28 16:14)

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