“I’d like to know more, of course, but I’ve accepted that there’s nothing more he has to say; I’ve accepted that there’s a limit on our knowledge of even those who are closest to us. The older one gets the more one realises how saturated life is in mystery, and the biggest mystery of all, it often seems to me, is the mystery of the human personality.” — Lyle Ashworth

Howatch, Susan. Scandalous Risks: A Novel (Starbridge) (p. 438). Random House Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.


In this episode I explore the mystery that are people, and how it’s not really until we create a safe space for others, become curious about them, and acknowledge that not all is to be known about ourselves and others, can we truly live in grace with one another.


Link to Episode 111



Mentioned in the Episode


Susan Howatch

Starbridge Series

Glittering Images

Glamorous Powers

Ultimate Prizes

Scandalous Risks

Mystical Paths

Absolute Truths

Dallas Willard

Renovation of the Heart

Rainer Maria Rilke

Letters to a Young Poet

Kalil Gibran

The Prophet