The Dry Salvages- 4 Quartets – Session 4

Thank you all for being such wonderful participants in our collaborative exploration of T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets. We are all now a little wiser and come to this astonishing group of poems with fresh eyes. T.S. Eliot is a poet who brings the spiritual and poetic search for truth a little closer to us all. Despite his “greatness” on the world stage of poetry he is a self-proclaimed “ordinary” human being wrestling with precisely the same problems that we all have to deal with in our individual quests for truth.

It was a joy to be the ringleader in this exploration and I hope to see you all again sometime next year. Remember also (mentioned at the bottom of this blog) that I am running a “pilgrimage” in quest of contemplative poetry (especially T.S. Eliot) to England next July. Numbers are strictly limited for this event so please, if you are interested, put in your expression of interest soon.

Here now are the images I used today- click on the link

The Dry Salvages

And here are the recordings of our pre and post morning tea adventures.

Remember if you have any questions at all I will be happy to answer them. Send an email to michael.griffith@acu.edu.au and please make mention of the fact that you are from the Aquinas T.S.Eliot group.

Pilgrimage details together with contact email are in this PDF attachment:

Brochure_UK_Pilgrimage_2020_v08

To register your interest in this Pilgrimage

studytours@reho.com

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