Posts Categorized: Dante

LOVE, GOD, AND THE ART OF FRENCH COOKING

Posted by & filed under Dante, Hay House, James F. Twyman, Love God French Cooking, meaning of life, music spirituality, Roger Dufau, sacred quest, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance.

TweetShare A Review of the New Book by James F. Twyman We experience many incredible moments of opportunity in our lives, notes James Twyman in his new book from Hay House, Love, God, and the Art of French Cooking: “brief encounters and events that have the potential to transform us. But these moments are often…
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THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD

Posted by & filed under Bible Symbols, Dante, Divine Comedy, Moses, Red Sea, religious symbols, sacred quest, spiritual awakening, symbols meaning, where in the Bible.

TweetShare In his Divine Comedy, the great Dante would weave a tale of waking up to find himself “lost in the woods”. He looks up and sees his home a short distance away on top of a hill, so he sets off to return there by the quickest possible route, i.e., by walking directly up…
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THE RIVER STYX

Posted by & filed under Cerberus, Charon, Dante, Death, greek mythology, Hades, meaning of life, Myth, River Styx, Tartarus, Virgil.

TweetShare After death, according to Greek Mythology, souls descend down a cavernous path where the River Acheron, the river of woe, flows into the River Styx, the river of lamentation. The souls are then ferried across the Styx by a somber boatman, Charon. But Charon must be paid, so the Greeks placed a coin in…
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