A Veil Will Be Lifted
After a divagation of a decade or two there was a gorgeous blossoming, first fruit springing forth following a certain attraction to the centre of cosmic reality, a spiritual gravitational pull occurring towards the close of the age. A late vivid sense, a reawakening. “We are heirs to the testimonies of unnumbered generations,” reconciles liberal Christian Marilynne Robinson. She thinks, “Our realism distracts us from reality, that most remarkable phenomenon.” Tacitly, an exploration of ontology would begin.
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Stunning photography and look at the beautiful blue skies !
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Best place to be this time of year!
Wonderful fortifications and glimpse of the Vaudouyer Cathedral (‘never open’).
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