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Man’s Supreme Bliss

Man’s Supreme Bliss The story is told of a monk who went out one exceptionally fine spring morning to hear the meadowlark sing, and when he returned all his friends had died; three hundred years had gone by. To go out in the springtime of our spiritual youth, to listen to the Voice, is to pass beyond time. It is to experience however fleetingly what Etienne Gilson describes as “man’s supreme bliss”: a foretaste of “the face-to-face vision of motionless eternity.”   Bossis, Gabrielle. H


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