Mark C.'s Recovering Place: Reflections on Stone Hill (Religion, PDF

By Mark C.

Mark C. Taylor recounts a poignant love affair no longer with anyone yet with a spot that, sarcastically, can't be simply localized. for a few years, Taylor has lived within the Berkshire Mountains, the place he writes and creates land artwork and sculpture. In an international of cellular monitors and digital realities, the place velocity is the degree of luck and position is disappearing, his paintings slows down idea and brings lifestyles again to earth to provide readers time to reflect on the significance of position sooner than it slips away.

Taylor extends mirrored image past the web page and returns with new insights approximately what's hiding in undeniable sight throughout us. Weaving jointly phrases, items, and pictures, his crafty paintings enacts what it describes. issues lengthy widespread all of sudden seem unusual, and the unusual, unforeseen, and unprogrammed unsettle readers in impressive methods. This well timed meditation provides pause in the course of harried lives and turns realization towards what we often disregard: evening, silence, contact, grace, ghosts, water, earth, stones, bones, idleness, infinity, slowness, and contentment. recuperating position is a distinct paintings that lingers lengthy after the ebook is closed.

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