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"What art was there, known to love or cunning, by which one pressed through into those secret chambers? What device for becoming, like waters poured into one jar, inextricably the same, one with the object one adored? Could the body achieve, or the mind, subtly mingling in the intricate passages of the brain? or the heart?
"for it was not knowledge but unity that she desired, not inscription on tablets, nothing that could be written in any language known to men, but intimacy itself, which is knowledge...."
"How then, she asked herself, did one know one thing or another thing about people, sealed as they were? Only like a bee, drawn by some sweetness or sharpness in the air intangible to touch or taste, one haunted the dome-shaped hive, ranged the wastes of the air over the countries of the world alone, and then haunted the hives with their murmurs and their stirrings; the hives, which were people."
"...our apparitions, the things you know us by, are simply childish. Beneath it is all dark, it is all spreading, it is unfathomably deep; but now and again we rise to the surface and that is what you see us by."
Virginia Woolf

"Come boldly unto the throne of Grace that you may obtain mercy."
Hebrews 4:16

God is waiting for us to communicate with Him. His door is open and mercy is in His right hand.

"The heart knows it's own bitterness, and no stranger shares it's joy."
Proverbs 14:10

"It cannot be seen, cannot be felt,
Cannot be heard, cannot be smelt.
It lies behind stars and under hills,
And empty holes it fills.
It comes first and follows after,
Ends life, kills laughter."
J.R.R. Tolkien

"Who knows what is good for a man in this world, all the days of his vain life which he spends as a shadow? For who can tell a man what will be after him under the sun?"
Ecclesiastes 6:12

"We come out of the dark and go into the dark again, and in between lie the experiences of our life. But the beginning and the end, birth and death, we do not experience; they have no subjective character, they fall entirely in the category of objective events...."
Thomas Mann

"The glory which You gave Me I have given them, that they may be one, even as We are one."
John 17:22

The isolation of our existence is coming to an end. Our life as fragments of the whole will be changed.

"Could a greater miracle take place than for us to look through each other's eyes for an instant? We should live in all the ages of the world in an hour; ay, in all the worlds of the ages."
Henry David Thoreau

"But none of the feelings which the joys or misfortunes of a 'real' person awaken in us can be awakened except through a mental picture of those joys or misfortunes; and the ingenuity of the first novelist lay in his understanding that, as the picture was the one esssential element in the complicated structure of our emotions, so that simplification of it which consisted in the suppression, pure and simple, of 'real' people would be a decided improvement. A 'real' person, profoundly as we may sympathise with him, is in a great measure perceptible only through our senses, that is to say, he remains opaque, offers a dead weight which our sensibilities have not the strength to lift. If some misfortune comes to him, it is only in one small section of the complete idea we have of him that we are capable of feeling any emotion; indeed is is only in one small section of the complete idea he has of himself that he is capable of feeling any emotion either. The novelist's happy discovery was to think of substituting for those opaque sections, impenetrable by the human spirit, their equivalent in immaterial sections, things, that is, which the spirit can assimilate to itself. After which it matters not that the actions, the feeling of this new order of creatures appear to us in the guise of truth, since we have made them our own, since it is in ourselves that they are happening, that they are holding in thrall, while we turn over, feverishly, the pages of the book, our quickened breath and staring eyes."
Marcel Proust

“You came into a fully developed and articulated reality from nowhere, from nonbeing or primal oblivion. You had never seen life before. In the interval of light between the darkness in which you awaited your first birth and then the darkness of death that would receive you, you must make what you could of reality, which was in a state of highly advanced development.
Saul Bellow

"For the Word of God is alive and powerful, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart."
Hebrews 4:12

Our secret heart is open before God. He knows all the things we keep from others and even try to keep from ourselves. Yet He accepts us if we accept Jesus.



God (forever and ever)
The Holy Bible

Saul Bellow (1915-2005)
Ravelstein (2000)

Thomas Mann (1875-1955)
The Magic Mountain (1924)

Marcel Proust (1870-1922)
Swann's Way (1907-1919)

Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862)
Walden (1854)

J.R.R. Tolkien (1892-1973)
The Hobbit (1937)

Virginia Woolf (1882-1941)
To the Lighthouse (1927)

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