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25 August 2021

Offering - Sunset, East Missoula, Montana

“… The writer and the worshipper both draw from one source, the source where sound becomes melody, and melody turns into language, which becomes offering. Both are as open as an open wound. Both live tense and privileged moments. If one may assume that man could not live without literature, which is not so sure, one may equally affirm that neither could he survive without prayer.
- Elie Wiesel (1928-2016), in 2003 interview with Krista Tippett - you can read / listen here


4 comments:

  1. Oooh - I even like how the power lines parallel the road and both disappear in the distance. Great truth in the quote.

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    1. Yes! Always love lines and light! Probly why the added delight in crepuscular rays…!

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    2. Yes! Always love lines and light! Probly why the added delight in crepuscular rays…!

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  2. Crepuscular for the win! Great photo sis!

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