Monthly Archives: March 2012

PERSON-TEAM. . .

On October 16, 1973 Greenleaf gave a talk to the ‘Person/Team Section’ of the National Council of Catholic Laity in New Orleans, Louisiana.  In next number of postings I will be sharing quotes from this talk which focused on the … Continue reading

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IN CONCLUSION. . .

I now come to the last entry from Greenleaf’s essay, The Search and The Seeker.  Greenleaf writes: I do not know what makes a seeker or why anybody should undertake the search.  I do not urge it upon others.  I … Continue reading

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I SHOULD ALSO SAY. . .

In his 1966 essay, The Search and The Seeker, Greenleaf writes: . . .I should also say that seekers sometimes read too much, get too much involved in ways that others submit to them.  I regret that in my own … Continue reading

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‘WHAT DO THESE MEAN. . .?’

In his 1966 essay, The Search and The Seeker, Greenleaf wrote: . . .the seeker may want to examine some of the ways that are offered [to search]. . . Regard them with openness and interest but do not expect … Continue reading

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SEEKING. . .

In his essay, The Search and The Seeker, Greenleaf writes: Seeking as I have viewed it, is opening oneself to growth in awareness.  It is, in part, a cleansing of perception – both the inward and the outward.  It is … Continue reading

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THE GREATEST EVIL. . .

In his 1966 essay, The Search and The Seeker, Greenleaf writes: Horrible as it is to contemplate the total destruction of the world. . .it is not the greatest evil.  The greatest evil is in the deeply set attitudes of … Continue reading

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TWO KINDS OF SEEKERS. . .

In his 1966 essay, The Search and the Seeker, Greenleaf suggests that there are two kinds  of seekers: those who seek to find and those who seek to seek.  The first see the search as a path toward finding something … Continue reading

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