Thank you At, to give us an unfinished sculpture - a bridge of love.
I realised that a didn't thanked you in public, on this list. And possibly
some listmembers could get a strange feeling about my quiescence. But we
were dialoguing behind the curtain of this beautiful stage.
It is maybe because I get now and then caught in the web of bridges that
my mind does not know anymore which direction in which dimension it will
go. As Anrew Campbell wrote in LO22965
"Reason about love and you will lose your reason."
It does not mean that the contribution of At was reasonless and I do hope
sincerely that At's reason is still in order.
My latest thoughts on this subject are that with the ultimate stage of
love (agape), the bridges become transparant, so we don't see them
anymore, we feel them instead.
dr. Leo D. Minnigh
Library Technical University Delft
PO BOX 98, 2600 MG Delft, The Netherlands
Tel.: 31 15 2782226
Let your thoughts meander towards a sea of ideas.
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