The Sinai wilderness can be a life-changing experience, but only for the visitor willingly vulnerable to paradox. To the ordinary senses (and to the ordinary mind) it is paradox, not silence, that is not only deafening, but also blinding and crippling. And, in all these wounds, a healing comes. Henry Ralph Carse
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