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“God does not demand that we give up our personal dignity, that we throw in our lot with random people, that we lose ourselves and turn from all that is not him.
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Annie Dillard wrote the seventy-six page book Holy the Firm while she was living in Puget Sound, Washington. It reflects her observations of the beautiful, mountainous, ocean-filled scenery, as well as her questions about theology, doubt, beauty, innocence, friendship, and love–specifically God’s love. 1,329 more words
It is a damp, drizzly November in my soul–Herman Melville
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a lone writer during National Novel Writing Month must be in want of a life. 785 more words