Peace Garden Mama II

A garden blend of family, faith and following the muse

   Apr 03

what binds us together, really

"The world, the human world, is bound together not by protons and electrons, but by stories. Nothing has meaning in itself: all the objects in the world would be shards of bare mute blankness, spinning wildly out of orbit, if we didn’t bind them together with stories." — Brian Morton, Starting Out in the Evening

I discovered this quote on p. 143 of my latest read: Our Lady of the Lost and Found: A Novel of Mary, Faith and Friendship, by Canadian author Diane Schoemperlen. I like it so much, I think it’s become one of my favorites in a matter of minutes. So, I thought I’d pass it on.

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