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April 13, 2012

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Aaw, sweet. I guess that's what we're all looking for—in more or less tacky variations. (And I have that wonderful little round-ish book in a very prominent place on my bookshelf!)

Ohhhhh.

If only we could recognize that in everyone, and in everything.

Imagine how we'd then look at people caked in make-up and swaying on five-inch heels. Looking for beauty. Looking for transcendence. Sure, wearing glitter and dripping with costume jewelry may not make it, but knowing what someone seeks - or might be seeking - or what we all want - could change us.

I like that.

Michelle and Tanita, I really liked that, too! It seems so wise to me. I enjoyed the book very much. Darcey Steinke just may have inspired me to pick up Thomas Merton's Seven Storey Mountain. Have either of you read it?

I am still liking Middlemarch, too. I do take little breaks from it from time to time.

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