Inner Life, Part 4, 1952 February 8
In this fourth lecture on the Inner Life, Thurman explores the relationship between the inner and outer life. Though our culture tends to draw a sharp distinction between the two sides of life, Thurman says that there is an integrated flowing between them. There is no either/or choice between inner and outer, rather the inner life is where our outer life is restored. Furthermore, centering in our spirits allows us to make genuine contact with others. Seeking harmony between inner and outer helps us to recognize the meaning and dignity of our lives and others.
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