Monday, October 26, 2015

Monday's Quote

The true nature of the world is veiled, and if you shine a bright light on it, you can't expose that truth; it melts away with the shadows in which it was cloaked.  The truth is too awesome for us to stare directly at it, and we are meant to glimpse it only at the periphery of our vision.  If the landscape of your mind is too dark with fear or doubt or anger, you are blind to all truth.  But if your mental landscape is too bright with certitude and arrogance, you are snow-blind and likewise unable to see what lies before you.  Only the moonlit mind allows wonder, and it is in the thrall of wonder that you can see the intricate weave of the world of which you are but one thread, one fantastic and essential thread.  Dean Koontz, The Moonlit Mind

1 comment:

  1. Oh, that's beautiful... the moonlit mind.
    I love that.


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