3 thoughts on “Changing views of Annisquam Light

  1. Great shot Bridgette

    Someone did the Zen here and what a great sculpture indeed!! They are very popular everywhere our way – walking trails bottom and top of hills, along beaches shorelines, yards, etc haring – Voices in stones: another fine book by Kent Nerburn also…Quoted below
    🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

    Sharing – Voices in stones: another fine book by Kent Nerburn also…Quoted below

    “My work has been a constant search, from various perspectives, for an authentic American spirituality, integrating our western Judeo-Christian tradition with the other traditions of the world, and especially the indigenous spirituality of the people who first inhabited this continent. Someone once called me a “guerilla theologian,” and I think that is fairly accurate.

    I am deeply concerned with the human condition and our responsibility to the earth, the people on it, and the generations to come. I believe that we are, at heart, spiritual beings seeking spiritual meaning, and I try to honor this search in my work and my daily life.

    If there is a quote I live by, it is the entreaty of the Lakota Chief, Sitting Bull, who said to the U.S. government that was trying to eradicate his people, “Come, let us put our minds together to see what kind of life we can create for our children.”

    Much more about me and my work can be found at my website, http://www.kentnerburn.com.

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