That the Absolute is Person.
Oneness-and-Threeness, and Oneness-and-Twoness. Instead of one-or-the-other.
That Pattern and Freedom unite in Dance.
That Necessity can be transfigured by Love.
That Children, who should be most easily fascinated by Wonder, know better than to break Friendship by lesser things, like politics. Adults do this all the time. Sad.
That Jesus Christ is most obvious at the extremities of experience, and that He can be obscured by conventional inertia.
One such extremity is Gardening. Or Dogwalking.
Another is innocent Sentimentality, which is too often excoriated out of unconfessed shame.
Of course, the most important extremity is the desperation of the Poor, especially the Poor Neighbor, who is getting more and more beat up by modernity.
That the economy is a myth -- truthful at times, but still better understood as a psychic organization that preserves a conventional order.
That politics, too, is a myth like this. That conservatives do not conserve. That liberals do not liberate.
All “wings” (right and left) are unwitting modernists: even fundamentalists are this. And in this rubric, especially, the post-modern critique is useful.
That Art and the bodiless powers have much to do with each other, surprisingly, both angelic and otherwise.
That Alienation consists of the divorce of Consciousness apart from Time, and the resulting psychic incoherence, and failure to discern the Head or the Body.
That Meaning really means coherence with the Logos, and there is only One.
That lonely trails need hiked on, for the sake of the Name.