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on whose branches (dogmas) birds (sublime souls) may safely alight

Borrowing from the opening lines of Origen’s Exodus homilies, Gregory likens the scriptural word to a seed: its proper exegesis is the resulting tree, on whose branches (viz., dogmas) birds (viz., sublime souls) may safely alight (In Hex.

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Truth & Prophets

The Sun/The Tree/The Moon

There lived a little willow at the edge of everything. To be perfectly clear, this was no ordinary tree, though to all outward appearance, she was exactly that. 979 more words

The Lone Tree

“Life without love is like a tree without blossom and fruit.”
– Khalil Gibran


Note #4

Listing of factors to explore

  • Cultural dominance
  • Cultural conflict
  • Cultural restraint
  • Cultural categorisation
  • Cultural brand-image
  • Cultural acceptance
  • Cultural conformity