編輯室

信仰百川編輯室官方戶口(這戶口前身是「國際基督教消息」,隨著發放方式轉變,這戶口的用途也更改了。)

艾克哈特給我們的智慧

The late Japanese Buddhist scholar Dr. Suzuki recommended to the Catholic monk Thomas Merton that he read Meister Eckhart, “the one Zen thinker of the West.” To read Eckhart is to encounter many truths that Buddhism teaches such as the need for stillness or mindfulness. Says Eckhart: “Love God mindlessly, that is, so that your soul is without mind and free from all mental activities…. Be bare of all mind and stay there without mind…. Love God as he is a not-God, not-mind, not-person, not-image, a pure clear One separate from all twoness.” Eckhart, like Thich Nhat Hanh, teaches the Apophatic Divinity, a God who is “without a name and will never be given a name,” a God of “superessential darkness.” Thich Nhat Hanh praises theologian Paul Tillich for his naming God as the “ground of being” but actually Tillich got that naming from Eckhart.

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