No guru, no method, no teacher

I’ve been on a Van Morrison kick lately, courtesy of a friend of mine who loaned me some of his albums which I don’t have. I appreciate Morrison’s music, but even more the depth and vision of his lyrics; recently I came across an article by Carl E. Olson titled “The Incarnational Art of Van Morrison” which captures that beautifully. As Olson puts it, Morrison’s work at its best “is rooted in reality (uncommon in much pop and rock music) and seeks to incarnate spiritual truth and meaning in concrete forms, themes, images, and narratives.”

Posted in Music and art, Uncategorized.

Leave a Reply