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Robert Miner – Flying Kites at Night

A moment of transcendence is captured by Robert Miner in this short and evocative poem inspired by the sight of a group of students flying kites on a quad. The movement from the earth to the sky and the devotional missive of the kites being sent up and disappearing into the darkness come together like a silent prayer or a whispered exchange between mortals and the infinite.

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Leo Tolstoy on the Crisis of Reason and Faith

"I understood that, however irrational and distorted might be the replies given by faith, they have this advantage, that they introduce into every answer a relation between the finite and the infinite, without which there can be no solution." So said Leo Tolstoy about his agonizing struggle with existence in the light of setting rationality up… Continue reading Leo Tolstoy on the Crisis of Reason and Faith