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Dante's Ghost
Vincent Di Stefano
 Integral Reflections  Contact Contributor
April 6, 2012, 2:15 a.m.
This short personal reflection is offered as a response to the crass commercialisation and diversionary spirit that has overtaken the time of Easter throughout much of the Western world. It offers an Ignatian remembrance - an act of conscious imagining and visualisation - of the events that took place in Palestine some 2,000 years ago when the rebel Jesus of Nazareth (to use Jackson Browne's term) suffered the fate of a common criminal in the act of execution by crucifixion ordered by the Roman governors at that time.

Yet the time of Easter bespeaks more than a Paschal sacrifice. It heralds the regeneration and renewal that emanates endlessly through the heart of love.

Comments or questions welcomed at

Voice: vincentd
Music: The music in this piece was composed and performed (multitrack) by Nico Di Stefano
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