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Oct 19, Yelda Basar Moers rated it it was amazing Faith by renowned meditation teacher Sharon Salzberg is one of those books that can change your entire perspective of the world.
There are few books that can do that, that can challenge the foundation of your reality. But Salzberg challenges all of this.
Salzberg lost her mother at nine when she witnessed her hemorrhage right before her eyes. Her father left the family when she was a young child and ended up institutionalized. To experience such devastation in childhood, it is no wonder that she could dismiss God entirely, or any higher being.
She just has a different view of faith. To her faith is to keep walking forward, even in the dark.
I found this concept of faith wholly original, a Godless faith. What kind of faith can you really have without the power of God?
Deeper into her book, Salzberg speaks of an immense interconnectedness among us, and a truth like protective hands that holds her. Her concept sounds oddly familiar, like the invisible hand that Newton referred to in his writings, or that unexplainable uplifting force that Tolstoy explains at the end of his memoir.
Suffering, such as when we experience trauma or loss, she says, comes from feeling alone, separate from everyone and everything around us. The core aspect of despair is this sense of utter isolation and disconnection. She explains that Buddhist teachings reveal that it is in deep suffering that faith can be uncovered and renewed.
It is at this low point, the abyss, that we begin to sense this interconnectedness, that we are intimately connected to a bigger reality. But what is that thread that connects us?
What is it that makes us so united and so whole? What is the source of this unity? To me, that source of unity is God, and I wonder, what is this source to Salzberg?
How does she refer to this interconnectedness that is just there?Dorothy Allison - Context This Rhetorical Reading Response “Context” by Dorothy Allison, () a personal essay from the Connections book describes how the author, Dorothy Allison, Dorothy’s intended audience is anybody that has been through pain and can relate to her story.
She has published two novels, Bastard Out Of Carolina—a National Book Award finalist in —and Cavedweller. She has also published a memoir, Two or Three Things I Know For Sure, an anthology of essays, Skin: Talking about Sex, Class and Literature and a collection of poems, The Women Who Hate Me.
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