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Seek God in man, for as we seek him there, the more transparent the veil of flesh becomes and the more perfectly we learn to find him there. If we hold ourselves receptive to the life of spirit, we shall … Continue reading
Though not religious, Chekhov often depicted religion at its best, which, for him, meant it could revivify a person’s sense of the world. – from “Chekhov’s Enlightenment” (The New Criterion)