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engages The Cloud of Unknowing and asks "How, though, is a soul oned with God in a cloud of unknowing?
This means areas where they're deployed become a minefield of possible explosions, tripped up days or weeks later by unknowing passersby.
But one day I suppose, if you touch lucky, You may "grow up," find yourself an unknowing wife, You might even have your own little children, Maybe lead some kind of respectable life.
This collection of poetry is suffused with artistically welded verse spun from innocence and ingenuity, the rare combination of knowing and unknowing that makes each work unique, truthful and appealing to the heart.
humour and she just said it unknowing, then that's amazing as well.
Here, thirteen artists and collaboratives (including Taryn Simon, Harun Farocki, Kerry Tribe, Jenny Holzer, and Trevor Paglen), exploiting the Freedom of Information Act, government archives, and "insider connections," respond to the US government's cloud of unknowing via strategies ranging from evidence-driven truth-telling to critical modes that mirror the state's artfully constructed ambiguities.
The next time someone asks how I would describe my spirituality, I hope I remember that it's more about unknowing than knowing.
Abbot turns the tables on those of us working through the idea that we cannot know everything about ourselves and the other, and allow ourselves to be manipulated into the actual experience of unknowing.
The book was The Cloud of Unknowing, an anonymous 14th-century manual on contemplative meditation.
Four women lay bare their childbirth experiences and tell us what they wish they had known beforehand, and we investigate the trend of doctors prescribing placebos to unknowing patients.