An Architecture for Life #1

Plato said “”An un-examined life is not worth living“.

Van Morrison sang of Aristotle who mentored Plato;

I saw the light of ancient Greece standing within reach of the son” he went on to sing

” If my heart could do the thinking and my head begin to feel would I see the world in a new light and know what’s truly real”? 

Can we know what’s truly real?

Can we live a life the leads us there?

The great architect Frank Lloyed Wright had a motto, “truth against the world”.   A noble aspiration, but defining the truth, defining it for yourself is the first question of your  life.  It will be your strong tower against the pressures of the lies rampant in this world.

For me, to have life is to walk in reality=truth.

Christ said he came that we “might have life and that to the full”.

How do we have that full life?  Is our spiritual life- our natural life somehow coordinated, integrated or dis-associated, are they separate or united?.

The ancient tradition of Gnosticism suggest they are.

I do not believe that to be true. Unity of person and the interrogation of spirit and body, mind will and emotions=the soul is required for a full life.

This is the topic of this musing of mine. Join me in the consideration of it.

What is the architecture for life? Do you have a spiritual house ?

More to come…


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