Forum, March 2017

Peak experiences Sarah Pennock Neuville (“I Am Not a Religious Person,” FJ Feb.), at a tender age, has given us an eloquent description of the sort of numinous, peak experience that makes human life such a wondrous gift. She reminds us that in such moments time stands still, and we are enveloped in the experience with the wholeness of our being. I resonate with her conclusion: “I am not a religious person, but I am a person lucky enough to be shown the separation between the literalness of religion🔒

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