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02/27/2012

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Wendy Maclean

Eric, I love the way you are open to the playfulness of random connections. THANK YOU for naming the risk the artist takes--and imagining Jesus as an artist. Gerard Manley Hopkins paired odd words together to ctreate marvellous images and musical phrases that transcend orderly ideas. A "sustainist" would have to know how to make something new out of failure or mistakes--and the artist knows the messiness is part of the process. During this season of Lent we have a glimpse of something not yet fully realized--but it is gleaming, like a puddle in the desert after rain--("to see the world in a grain of sand") Thank you, Eric, for your work, and for sharing your reflections.

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