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by His wounds I am healed
Book quote #3 in a series - prompted because I have just eaten a portion of apple crumble, and am about to go make cocoa:
"It is the very nature of language to form rather than inform. When language is personal, which it is at its best, it reveals and revelation is always formative - we don't know more, we become more. Our best users of language, poets and lovers and children and saints, use words to make - make intimacies, make character, make beauty, make goodness, make truth."
"[Alice] listens to the rain hammering on the roof of the tent. Chucking down; raining stair-rods. Presumably the Celts had their own colloquialisms for bad weather. She thinks about all the language that should hang in the air up here, centuries of it, the reverberations of a million exchanges about love and war, birth and death, and what to have for supper."