A small leather-bound volume has been repaired for me here in Bredonborough: Dr. Jeremy Taylor's The Rule and Exercises of Holy Dying (1651) a classic of Anglican spirituality. Dr. Taylor was chaplain to King Charles I and, following the execution (or regicide, depending upon where your sympathies lie) was himself, in Puritan England, viewed as suspect. Holy Dying was a follow-up to his earlier hit Holy Living. Both remain in print today. My own copy is a wonderful little volume printed in 1808.
Threshold (from last Saturday)…
… also titled Portrait Of The Artist As Old Goat. From today, Anniversary Seat…
Mostly, a beautiful day. Dealing with arising stuff.
22.00 Ah! The136 e-mails in my in-box are now down to ten. Time to practice guitar.
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