Thomas Moore inspires panentheism blog
Elsewhere on the site, Kay offers a quote about enchantment from Moore’s writing:
"Some forms of spirituality aim infinitely high and we see them reflected in towering buildings and church steeples. But there is a spirituality that is more like a lowly emanation from the most humble and earthbound things - a particular house, a garden, a neighborhood, a grove of trees, a pristine beach, a holy well, a field of wheat.Perhaps someone could invite Kay to post to thomasmoore.ning.com?
Here spirituality is indistinguishable from enchantment, for in an enchanted world the things of nature and even of culture reek of holiness. Enchantment is nothing more than spirituality deeply rooted in the Earth.
It is particularly exciting to encounter such exalted expressions of spirituality connected to plants, rocks and earth, for there we find the marriage of heaven and earth, and the reconciliation of the infinite with the finite.
Human life stands between these two realms, for human life is defined essentially by the soul, which is the mediating element that enjoys both the aspirations of the most transcendent spirituality and the lowliest devotion to nature and human endeavor."