I found out that I have some pretty sturdy guardrails in my mind because reading the words of Madeline L’Engle is causing all sorts of ideas to bump up against them. Particularly in the chapter, “Probable Impossibilities”
I’m chewing on foreign concepts.
New perceptions might need to bump around over a course of years. Mrs. L’Engle herself alluded to “chewing on” Aristotle’s words since her college days, “that which is probable and impossible is better than that which is possible and improbable.”
In her book, “Walking on Water: Reflections on Faith and Art”, I find myself on an exploration of art or creativity as a means of busting free of man-created restraints and breaking into uncharted possibilities.
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