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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

On 11:53 AM by Rachel Preston Prinz in
For although it would be foolish to hope that a purification of the sense of sight can liberate and save us, any more than anything else is likely to, it might nevertheless do much in restoring us toward sanity, goodwill, calm, acceptance, and joy. Goethe wrote that it is good to think, better to look and think, best to look without thinking.
- James Agee, New York City, 1946