Two Mysterious Silences

Mount Williamson by Ansel Adams

“Mount Williamson” by Ansel Adams

“He spoke of Life as the rainbow that brilliantly spans two mysterious silences, one of which is dawn and the other sunset. This flaming arc must end, as it begins, in pain, but, past the silence, and, perhaps, in even greater mystery, the circle must somewhere become complete and round back to a new birth.”

—Myrtle Reed, Flower of the Dusk (1908)

 


		
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  1. tom lightfoot

    debra get in touch with me,havent heard from you

    • Hi Tom! Good to hear from you. I sent you an email some time ago — it must have gone astray. I’m not online very much these days. Life is taking me more into the “real world” and away from cyberspace. Gotta run, but I’ll email you later this week. I hope all is well with you and your family.

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