“I see it now,” she said. “You think times have lengths. A night is always a night whatever you do in it, as from this tree to that is always so many paces whether you take them quickly or slowly. I suppose that is true in a way. But the waves do not always come at equal distances. I see that you come from a wise world…if this is wise. I have never done it before-stepping out of life into the Alongside and looking at oneself living as if one were not alive. Do they all do that in your world, Piebald?”
-C.S. Lewis, Perelandra
Check out some stuff we referenced in this episode:
ESPN story about the joy and sorrow of the Cubs World Series victory
Pope Benedict’s thoughts on the World Cup
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