Monthly Archives: October 2014

Light and Shadows

Perhaps my favorite interstice is the essay on light and shadow.  Mostly because shadows seem such insignificant and yet overpowering testimonies to the presence of reality.  Casting a shadow guarantees my reality, my real presence.  In Richard Strauss’ lush and … Continue reading

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Heat and Cold

“Between the melting and the freezing, the soul sap quivers.”  T. S. Elliot, as quoted in Macauley on p. 207. Heat and cold, while relative experiences of molecular movements and atmospheric states, are an intimate part of our every moment. … Continue reading

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Clouds: part II

Under our header of Air you will find  a  page which invites you to think about Clouds.  This post will invite you to explore cloud imagery as suggested by David Macauley and by myself.  Can you identify the images that … Continue reading

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