“We cannot live in a world that is not our own, in a world that is interpreted for us by others. An interpreted world is not a home. Part of the terror is to take back our own listening, to use our own voice, to see our own light.” ~ Hildegard of Bingen

“Nine hundred years ago in medieval Germany, a ‘mere’ woman, Hildegard of Bingen, endured the fury of enemies both worldly and spiritual. With a sharp but wise scrutiny, divinely inspired, she prophesized an enlightened and hopeful message, accepting the interconnectedness of the arts, science and religion. Even today society still struggles for this ideal. From her haunting music to her visionary illuminations and scientific writings, this singular woman’s legacy transcends the 12th century into the 21st century. She remains an eloquent defender of social justice, the environment, and lost souls…if only we could be half so bold.”    ~G.M. Dyrek

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"A writer lives, at best, in a state of astonishment.  Beneath any feeling he has of the good or evil of the world lies a deeper one of wonder at it all.  To transmit that feeling, he writes."   ~William Sansom, 1961


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Hildegard of Bingen

"If Hildegard had been a man, she would be well known as one of the greatest artists and intellectuals the world has ever seen."  ~Matthew Fox

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