The Journey toward God

“Poetry and the Journey Toward God” was the name of the gathering that sparked this blog — or at least centered its author in a place still enough that he thought to try and capture something of its essence after.


On receipt of a watercolor note-card showing the view out onto Chesapeake Bay from the same place in which a group of us had begun by reflecting on TS Eliot’s line “The Still Point of the Turning World,” it seemed a kindred spirit had captured the same.


One thought on “The Journey toward God

  1. Thanks Bill – great stuff — Eliot’s “still point” and also — on the grounds of historic St. Mary’s City “the communication of the dead is tongued with fire beyond the language of the living” — thanks for naming this and bringing it back! And for starting up this blog!

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