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- n. French paleontologist and philosopher (1881-1955)
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I began working on a slide presentation called “From Sea to Shining Sea,” which contained photographs from eight different states; as well as another program, “The Cosmos in Christ,” using quotes from Teilhard de Chardin and Saint Paul.
There is no shortage of transformational work that has to be done to bring our planet into the Light, to take it to what the Jesuit priest and paleontologist Pierre Teilhard de Chardin called the Omega Point—the highest level of complexity and consciousness toward which the universe appears to be evolving.
It was awful, some of it, like Teilhard de Chardin crossed with Donovan or bad Bob Dylan.