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September 24, 2010


Jeanne Damoff

Beautiful, Melanie. Thank you for these lovely thoughts. They're worth pondering, and I plan to do just that.

Love, Jeanne


I agree that heaven is Glendalough on a Saturday morning in early Autumn. Lovely.

Madison Richards

"If heaven is place that we go to after this life, I like to think it’s like Glendalough on a Saturday morning in early autumn."

Your words, your descriptions...the way you have drawn my heart toward a higher realm of creativity - stirs in me the desire to look at life upside down and sideways. After all, who is to say that the side we're looking at now is better than the one to come in the next moment, the next year, or the next chapter...



Well said. You are not alone in seeing a connection between faith, art and justice. I have been thinking and writing often about this in the last year.

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