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“We are increasingly seeing, feeling, and experiencing how unavoidably connected we all are. And we’re not just connected in the present. We can also be carried backward in time, to the music of the sixties, the sonnets of Shakespeare, the Anglo-Saxon poem Beowulf – all of which we can see and read and hear online. In the past in order to see such things, you would have to actually go to the British museum or the pyramids. But now, with the click of a finger, you can partake of them in cyberspace. Boundaries are melting. Time is drooping over our chairs like Dali watches. We are leaning in, feeling, finding each other.
We don’t have a choice about all this interconnectedness. We can’t go back to the way things were. Our task now is simply to respond, to awaken to the experience of communion that is making its way to us, through us.”
Daphne Rose Kingma, in “The Ten Things to Do When Your Life Falls Apart”
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