Aspiration and Varieties of Religious Experience

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Aspiration and Varieties of Religious Experience

by Lynn Powell
Southern Cultures, Vol. 10, No. 2: Summer 2004

"I saw God, my son once told me. He lives in a field of snow. What could you see? Just snow. And footprints."

“Aspiration”
Chattanooga, Tennessee

Farther south they call it hog jowl.
Up north they call it salt pork.
But we called it streaked meat

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