Tuesday, September 16, 2014

"It is to be hoped that we all have some friend, perhaps more often feminine than masculine, and young than old, whose soul is of this sky-blue tint, whose affinities are rather with flowers and birds and all enchanting innocencies than with dark human passions, who can think no ill of man or God, and in whom religious gladness, being in possession from the outset, needs no deliverance from any antecedent burden." William James - The Varieties of Religious Experience: A Study in Human Nature

This series of lectures regarding psychology of religion are not only blowing my mind, but the language is remarkably beautiful. If you are in the mood 
for some thought-provoking psychological literature, this is a great find. 

I love college so much. 

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