A Biblical Hebrew Reference Grammar (Biblical Languages: by Christo H. J. van der Merwe

By Christo H. J. van der Merwe

When you've got a uncomplicated Hebrew wisdom and need to refesh,clarify or additional discover a few matters, it is a ideal instrument. Very terse and accordingly useful.

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That night, however, at sunset, the clouds retreated except for a wispy veil clinging to the top of Dalaghiri. When we came out after dinner, even the wispy veil was gone, and a full moon reflected on the white-glazed mountains. I walked out into the Kali Gandaki riverbed to get a full 360-degree view of the surrounding peaks and just stood there for several minutes, taking in this moment of grandeur in the world’s deepest valley, surrounded by the world’s highest mountains. In that moonlit Himalayan bowl of astounding beauty, I felt much as I had before—lost, alone, and homeless.

At some point, or several, in my life and yours—maybe with a defining event, maybe not— the fern-hill dream-time that is oblivious to time gives way to a consciousness of our place in time, of our bodies changing every second, of our fragile and precious existence on this beautiful and mysterious planet. We long for that child-time when our fears were more instinctive than learned and our hearts opened freely with unconditional trust. qxm. 2/16/01 12:48 PM Page 27 trustable. Perhaps we set off to retrieve the part of ourselves that could trust.

L e av i n g H o m e , Coming Home, Pilgrim Heart is the title I have given this book because it is not so Finding Home much about pilgrimage or travel as it is about approaching life with the heart of a pilgrim. A pilgrim heart is first of all an open heart—receptive to change and growth. The paradox of pilgrimage is that you have to leave your comfort zone in order to explore the spiritual growing edges that take you into a The paradox of pilgrimage is that you deeper level of comfort. You have to leave your comfort zone in order have to be willing to let go of to explore the spiritual growing edges the security of your physical that take you into a deeper level of home in order to open yourself to your spirit’s home.

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