Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Wisdom Schools for the New Reformation

I am sure I don't agree with everything Matthew Fox is into, or all he means by some of the following, but I love some of his "Theses for a New Reformation." A very different list than Wolfgang Simson's....or is it?

I particulary want to highlight #77 (I love that number anyway):

"Seminaries, as we know them, with their excessive emphasis on left-brain work, often kill and corrupt the mystical soul of the young, instead of encouraging the mystical and prophetic consciousness that is there. They should be replaced with 'wisdom schools.'"


"If you can talk, you can sing. If you can walk, you can dance (African proverb). If you can talk, you are an artist. (Native American saying)."


"Necrophilia (love of death) is to be opposed in self and society in all its forms"

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