A Practice of Return


There are tribulations but there is also a deep longing for a greater meaning, a greater purpose, a greater truth, a greater love. That deep longing is a deep ache. And it tells who we really are. So Mysterious.

About Virgilio Gavia

Interests: poetry, photography, writing (prose and poetry), walking/hiking, reading (non-fiction and books of poetry) drinking coffee and herbal teas, camping, fishing, contemplating, solitude, silence, traveling, faded jeans, meaningful conversation, wabi-sabi, haiku, tanka, Jazz, Classical, oldies, all the books of Thomas Merton, Joseph Campbell, Thomas Moore, John O'Donohue, Mary Oliver, David Whyte, Mark Strand, ancient Chinese and Japanese poets, The Bible, spirituality, philosophy, psychology, sociology, history, humanities and the arts.
This entry was posted in Connection, Contemplation, Deeper Truth, Inner Knowing, Inner Life, Knowing, Love, Mystery, Ruminations, Uncategorized, Wondering. Bookmark the permalink.

8 Responses to A Practice of Return

  1. maskednative says:

    Yes Virgilio, life is a mystery, I have to let it go, and have it.

  2. Beautiful words- all so true

  3. Hemangini says:

    I hope one day I can find some peace in that longing…

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