A Bell Ringing in the Empty Skyfeatures interviews with Robert Bly, Hugh Prather, Carl and Stephanie Simonton, Reshad Feild, Ram Dass, and Patricia Sun; plus intriguing fiction and pesonal essays from writers both well-known and unknown on such topics as good marriages, prison, struggling with cancer, jealousy, and being a parent. Fans of The Sun will enjoy this scenic, slow ride through the magazine's early years.
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"Fear is often the enemy of love....Fear constricts, limits, and bounds me. I fear the future and I buy insurance. I fear death and I go to doctors for solutions. I fear pain and I take asprin or tranquilizers. I fear hell and I go to church and follow the teachings without question...And over and over I see how often fear is used to motivate and control us. I am getting sensitive to those people who would first scare me in order to sell me their remedy for my panic. From halitosis to communism, from anti-nukes to pro-lifers, I see that whether I agree with the cause or not, I distrust those who sell a cure by painting a picture of the horror of being without it."