Boston In Our Hearts

Image“It may be stroking the cat, pottering in the garden, praying, meditating, listening to music or simply gazing at the waves of an incoming sea, we do these things because we find them replenishing; just as a field benefits from lying fallow so we can benefit from periods of uninterrupted rest.  That part of ourselves which demands something more than fatuity and shallow sensationalism deserves our time and respect.”   The Spirit of Silence by John Lane

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