The Hidden Path

The Hidden Path

– Philosophy of the hermit
– Ode to the secluded life
– All things are tiring
– In Japan it is called ‘Hikikomori’
– It is typical of the sign of the crab
– Happiness is the absence of passions
– Contact with nature is sought
– Do not confuse hermit with anchorite
– The countryside is the place to find oneself
– “Beatus ille” means “happy he”
– “Tempus fugit” means that time is running out
– “Carpe diem” means enjoy the moment
– Vanity of vanities, everything is vanity
– “Locus amoenus” means idyllic place
– “Vita somnium” means life is a dream
– Social isolation of many young people
– Half a million Japanese live in isolation
– A hermit does not wish to visit or to be visited
– If the world is sick, isolating oneself would be healthy
– A hermit does not isolate himself out of fear or phobia
– From the treasure of holy poverty to abundance
– Thomas Merton spoke of the desert fathers
– The situation between Russia and NATO is deteriorating
– National Guard activated throughout the U.S.
– Iraqi dinar revalued from Sunday to Monday
– Forces of Light call for peace meditation

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