Thursday, October 20, 2011


The language of tears has something sacred about it. 
It replaces the powerlessness of the world to express what is indefinable and inconsolable in sorrow. It stops all talk completely: when faced with tears, we can only be silent.

+ George Chevrot, The Eight Beatitudes, Ch. 15, p. 107

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