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Holy Fools - die Leiter der Zukunft

Seit einiger Zeit gibt es Wiederentdeckung des "Heiligen Narrens" (holy fool). Nach Richard Rohr sind das die "Leiter der Zukunft, die wissen, das es ein Anliegen jenseits von Effektivität, Korrektheit und Kontrolle der Ergebnisse gibt. Die Mystiker nennen es 'Einheit mit Gott'".

Holy Fools, Sojourners Magazine: "It will be 'holy fools' who will lead us into a new future and the next generation of church. The holy fool is who the Bible and mythic literature have always presented as the 'savior.' Holy fools are happily, but not naively, innocent of everything that the rest of us take as self-evident. It is the last stage of the wisdom journey: Jesus in his parables, Francis in his patches, and Dorothy Day obedient to petty churchmen for paramount reasons. Reasonable people will always be able to criticize such fools, but they bring to every exile a whole new way of imagining - and thereby usher in the new age.

The holy fool has lived long and deep enough to know that there is nothing new under the sun as far as the soul is concerned. When the new zealot asks why we can't just throw the whole thing out and start again with gospel purity, the holy fools merely smile. They know it has been done many times before - and needs to be done again - but will not necessarily resolve the problem."

gepostet von marlster am 10/06/2004 09:33:00 nachm..

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SIYACH (hebrew) - to meditate, to ponder, to converse with oneself, and hence aloud; to utter or commune, complain, declare, meditate, muse, pray, speak, talk with (God in prayer, etc.) or it could be with another believer or group of believers--speaking one's thoughts about a passage of Scripture or words to a hymn, etc., etc.