James Corrigan

A Quote by James on philosophy, nonduality, enlightenment, poetry, wisdom, art, and spirituality

One thinks of a Whitman, Emerson, Thoreau, or Dickenson, not as engineers hard-pressed to reverse-engineer existence, but rather deeply contemplative and sensual individuals who wanted nothing more than to savor and celebrate the intricate flavors of, and their curiosity toward, existence.

James Corrigan

Source: An Introduction to Awareness

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