Monday, March 2, 2009


"Silence creates an opening, an absence of self, which allows the larger world to enter into our awareness. It brings us into contact with what is beyond us, its beauty and mystery. Silence is not the absence of sound, but a way of living—an intentional awareness, an expression of gratitude, to make of one’s own ears, one’s own body, a sounding board that resonates with the vibrations of the world." [Kathleen Dean Moore]

This is an amazing article:

In Search of Silence:
One man’s quest to find the quietest places on earth and keep them that way

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