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As a Christian existentialist, I have to affirm the actuality of God, that my entire human person is oriented toward Him and I find the intimate presence of God in my own personal acts. I should behold God even in the smallest acts of my daily life. This is Christian existentialism according to Gabriel Marcel. He was not going to be another Sartre and he hoped to set himself off from other existentialists see p.
Our philosopher was a Socratic Christian who had his own Socratic mind as his metaphysical diary shows in that he hoped to engage in constant self questioning and dialogue.
A Christian with a brain in other words ;. View all 3 comments. Mar 10, James rated it really liked it. For those thinking of reading the book, in ways which coincidentally? Ideas: Marcel's distinction between being and having including idea of disposability , mystery vs. Jul 25, Matt rated it really liked it. From the book: "What I wrote yesterday needs to be qualified. It is true of the stage I am in at present, but I know that this stage is still rudimentary. I heard once more the 'Missa Solemnis,' conducted by Weingartner, and was as deeply moved as when I heard it in There is no work that I feel is more in turn with my thoughts.
It is a luminous commentary upon them. Though, to be fair, he denied be From the book: "What I wrote yesterday needs to be qualified.
However, in this part-diary, part expose and lecture-series, Marcel bears on some difficult metaphysical issues: being and ownership, the body and fidelity, solving problems and exploring mysteries Overall enjoyable, if a little slow in the lectures. I wish it had been fully a diary form Brian Mccall rated it really liked it Nov 26, Will rated it really liked it Oct 26, Fergus rated it it was amazing Oct 03, Kyle rated it really liked it May 07, Jerome Ypulong rated it really liked it Jun 25, Curt Mortimer rated it it was amazing May 07, Benjamin rated it it was ok Jul 25, Tim rated it really liked it Oct 19, Ryan Cubera rated it liked it Sep 15, Tim and Victoria Cronin rated it it was amazing Dec 30, Kw Simpson rated it liked it Apr 09, Jim Mazz rated it really liked it Sep 03, Eloise rated it it was amazing May 15, Paul rated it it was amazing Dec 30, Dara Melnyk rated it liked it Jul 11, And every time that a client sees the difference and stops this dysfunctional identifying, big changes happen in their lives.
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Being and Having
Sign up for my daily coaching emails and receive a short min daily inspiration in your inbox. Obviously no spam, ever. Except most people mix the two up. You just HAVE them. But we identify with them.
We call ourselves insecure because we feel insecure. But that makes no sense. If anything, it makes you be a person who tried a lot and learned a lot.
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Because no experiment ever fails. Think about it. What kind of future would you have, if you were to take that as the definition of you? Not a very fun future. So take a step back, and observe yourself. Recognise that the having and the being are not the same. And realise that what you think and feel is very, very relative.
Take it from an ex-monk.