The Inner Life #2: Charting the Inward Sea
Jan. 25, 1952
Jan. 25, 1952. Running time: 34:10. The "inward sea" is inside all individuals and links them to God. Navigating this inward sea involves reflecting quietly, accepting oneself, and identifying one's own identity and purpose. This requires courage, on the part of the individual, to accept responsibility for acknowledging and understanding oneself. With spiritual guidance, individuals see past the surface things to the depths of the inward sea.
Associated Personal Entities:
Teasdale, Sara, 1884-1933
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
Associated Subjects:
The Inner Life (Series)
Reflection (Philosophy)