Chesterton, G K - Orthodoxy - What drives change
Type of Spiritual Experience
As one poster in the 1950s used to say “I thought I was indecisive, now I’m not so sure”
A description of the experience
Orthodoxy – G. K. Chesterton
The moment his mere reason moves, it moves in the old circular rut; he will go round and round in his logical circle, just as a man in a third class carriage on the Inner Circle will go round and round the Inner Circle unless he performs the voluntary, vigorous, and mystical act of getting out at Gower street.
Decision is the whole business here; a door must be shut for ever. Every remedy is a desperate remedy.
Every cure is a miraculous cure.