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John O’Donohue was an Irish author, poet, former Catholic priest, artist with words and a mentor — one I never met but who influenced my life. He died suddenly in his sleep in 2008 at the young age of 52. In one of his final interviews, he told Krista Tippett of “On Being” on Canadian public radio that he felt there was “an evacuation of interiority” in our culture. He also used phrases like the “ocean was having a conversation with the shore.” On his website, he said, “May you

Tuesday, March 08, 2011 2:36 PM
 

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