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"Stories bear the truth of the human condition, and the human condition is the story of our becoming; but not until we solve the riddle of our becoming will literature resolve the issue of the human condition. This makes literature endlessly fascinating, because every writer speaks to their place in the enan-tiodromiac process of man’s becoming, which Jung called “individuation,” and in their stories they stake out the geography of man’s soul—whether it be the happy country of one’s being, the unhappy country of one’s non-being, or that miserable place of being stuck between two countries—the no-man’s land of one’s soul."
Chapter 18: The Dust on a Butterfly's Wings







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Orest Stocco
Introducing Georgian Bay Author, Orest Stocco Born with a spiritual restlessness that could not be tamed by my Christian faith, I became a spiritual seeker when I discovered reinca More...
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