Gary Eberle, MA. 1 hour 45 minutes. Audio.
Topics: Religion and Spirituality.
Sacred Time and the Search for Meaning
We hunger for more time, try to manage and control it, yet we never feel we have enough of it. Consider sacred time as a time of no-time, a time when we can luxuriate in life’s fullness. We can approach it in states of joy, ecstasy and rapture. Sacred time is never far away, but how do we find it in the modern world? This lecture by Gary Eberle includes suggestions for how to get a sense of sacred time back into our lives through medition, prayer, and rites that celebrate life’s abundance. Listeners will move beyond mere “time management” to a more transcendent sense of celebration of the world of time.
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Gary Eberle, MA is chair of the English Department at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he has taught since 1982. He is author of the critically acclaimed novel Angel Strings, as well as The Geography of Nowhere: Finding One’s Self in the Postmodern World, and A City Full of Rain, a collection of short stories. He was nominated for a Pushcart Prize and won the PrePress Award in 1992, both for short stories.
© 2003 Gary Eberle℗ 2003 CG Jung Institute of Chicago