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In the Arms of the Angels

I just checked out Afsoon and Shapour's blog http://creation-to-eternity.blogspot.com (they had left a comment on my last post) and they had posted this amazing song on their blog. I just had to share it. Belinda

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Cindy B. said…
Unrelated to anything, I was looking for the words for something and came across this statement that I thought you might appreciate:

A word is not a crystal, transparent and unchanged; it is the skin of a living thought, and may vary greatly in color and content according to the circumstances and time in which it is used.

--Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes
Belinda said…
Cindy, how true! Thank you for sharing the quote. I love the thought of a word being the skin of a living thought and how that thought is what infuses life and colour into the word! Thank you again. :)
Cindy B. said…
After your comments earlier this week about wondering if you really were a writer, the whole idea of words being living things is a fascinating concept and so true.

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