The Vulgar Soul | By John Biguenet | Issue 261 | The Sun Magazine

The Vulgar Soul

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“Eric, Recovering Wino” was an eye-opener. I had just spent three weeks in India, where I came to understand the need for compassion. I now include Granskou and others like him in the group that will benefit the most from a more compassionate society.

John Biguenet’s “The Vulgar Soul” [September 1997] was a reminder that we all have the gift of miracles. A Course in Miracles defines miracle as merely a shift in perception. How quickly we overlook the many miracles that occur each day.

Scott F. Hoehn Brea, California
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