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Why Do We Resist Silence? Dallas Willard has called silence and solitude [...]

Posted by @johnpiter, Mar 30, 2015

Why Do We Resist Silence?

Dallas Willard has called silence and solitude the two most radical disciplines in the Christian life. Henri Nouwen said “without solitude it is almost impossible to live a spiritual life.” If solitude is the practice of being absent to people and things to attend to God, silence is the practice of quieting every inner and outer voice to attend to Him.

http://www.emotionallyhealthy.org/why-do-we-resist-silence/

Tags: church history, church leadership, contemplative, Daily Office, Differentiation, emotional health, Faith, leadership, Listening, listening to God, Rule of Life, Sabbath, spiritual formation, Transformation

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