Shuck and Jive

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Saturday, February 27, 2010

Meaning of Life, Part 49




On the Sabbath try and make no noise that

goes beyond your
house.

Cries of passion between lovers
are exempt.

6 comments:

  1. Great poem, huh?

    Who would expect big Thomas to say such a thing.

    Cheers,

    Samir

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  2. Absolutely! I am enjoying a number of the wonderful poems in your book. I am finishing it this evening. Very hopeful! Thank you!

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  3. Thomas Aquinas is much misunderstood.

    Unfortunately Matthew Fox's book about him is nearly impossible to find. I have a xeroxed, GBC-bound copy, which I got from Matt for the class on Aquinas he taught at the now-defunct University of Creation Spirituality back in 1997.

    The book is "Sheer Joy: Conversations with Thomas Aquinas on Creation Spirituality."

    I'll share mine, but you have to come to West Virginia to read it . . . there may be copies floating around out there in libraries.

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  4. I will look for it. Big Tom wasn't a big part of my seminary education. The perception was that he was a dry scholastic with an opaque theology enmeshed in a medieval world view. I am willing to have my perceptions changed on that!

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  5. Cool! Maybe we should start a new thread called "Aquinas and Jive" -- has a nice double entendre.

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