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I've become quite a bit more selective in the religious/spiritual books I read these days. So many seem agenda-driven and lopsided in the realities they present. This book though stands out from this muddled crowd. A gift from a good friend, The Naked Now is a profound read for anyone wanting to peel back the layers of veneer of religion, and dig into what I feel is one of the key aspects of reality. I really don't see this as a religious book (even though Rohr is an ordained priest), but as a view into something deeply profound and important to what it means to be fully human.

Rohr presents the critically important idea of non-dualistic thinking, but in a way that digs into the reaches of humanity, faith and reality. I have to admit, I had to read this book twice through—with a gap of time between reads—to begin to wrap my pointed little head around it. My book is littered with notations, scribblings and "ah-ha" moments in the margins, from both my first read and the second. Nearly every chapter provided an awakening of sorts for me, as I began to realize how Rohr's way to presenting this profound truth aligns with what others who I've been following and reading have been trying to grasp and pursue. If you consider yourself a Christian, you may find some mind-bending concepts in here, but hang with it. This is good stuff that needs to be grasped and wrestled with.

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