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Listening changes perceptions

Attentiveness could be the way out of loneliness and to deeper concern for others, suggests Verena Schiller

AT TIMES, when my faith seems particularly shrouded in mists, and all manner of doubts invade the heart and mind, the awareness of the legacy of those whose quest was lived out here, in this place in Wales, down the ages, and the recognition that a similar quest is still drawing others here now fills me with hope.

Often their quest is not in the name of any “god” that they could claim, except in the sense that there is something more to life than linear time and the material world. ...

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