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Specks of Cosmos

Specks of Cosmos

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Objects congeal around little specks of Cosmos.

Some objects hide and protect us from this immensity.

Some objects may form points of access to this immensity.

Many are both – we need them to be both.

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Images above, top (and on front-page mastheads): Altar of St. Francis and bottom: Bronze Altar #7356 by David Orth.

Words above from Threshold Objects by David Orth. Read more HERE.

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Love these altars --

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