A Deep Goodness

“The sea spread out before them, a gently heaving expanse of deep-piled velvet, supple and sleek as a creature of the wild…. A strange happiness possessed him. Turning…he caught a glimpse on his friend’s face of the same happiness…. They were conscious of being perfectly at one.” (The Plague, Albert Camus)

What can sustain us in this time?


“The tale he had to tell…could only be the record of what had had to be done, and what assuredly would have to be done again in the never ending fight against terror and its relentless onslaughts, …by all who, while unable to be saints but refusing to bow down to pestilences, strive their utmost to be healers.” (The Plague, Albert Camus)
What we can do.

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