Author Archives: Searcher Seeker

CHOICE MAKES THE SEEKER

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 they … Continue reading

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I DO BELIEVE THAT…

In his 1966 essay, The Search and The Seeker, Greenleaf wrote: . . .the search is a lonely affair.  Beyond the few with whom I share individually, I have found it so.  No group, no movement carries me very far, … Continue reading

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BECOMING AWARE OF OTHER SEEKERS

On Page 5 of his 1966 essay, The Search and The Seeker, Greenleaf writes: I did not begin to find my way to a knowledge of my own uniqueness until by chance (but there is no chance) I became aware … Continue reading

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A LONG WILDERNESS PERIOD…

Greenleaf writes: I went through a long wilderness period in which I sought resources outside myself and ignored the rich endowment in my own uniqueness –the great inward source of inspiration which every man can claim as his own because … Continue reading

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MY CULTURAL CONDITIONING

In his 1966 essay, The Search and the Seeker, Greenleaf writes: As I pause in my search I am also sharply aware of the great evil in my cultural conditioning which defines sanity partly in terms of isolation from one’s … Continue reading

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