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The old man with the missal — 2013/12/15

He must be 80 years old, his spine broken, weakly leaning against the train seat, his belly serving as a table on which he has secured with one hand a used missal, adorned with some paper clips that group pages.

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If God is light, he is little — 2013/01/20

Light is important to us. With our narrow eyes, we swoon for a glow, a flower, a sun, or a volcano.

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We, the exiles — 2012/02/18

I can understand believers who fight so that their faith is not trivialized, so that it is not regimented in a banal compartment of things, namely among many others.

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Oxidizable — 2011/12/11

Since life is a perpetual restart, it is necessarily constant oxidation. What-it-is no longer becomes. Sometimes, this is gradually reduced, slowly jammed, oxidized, and then stopped. But sometimes, the breakage occurs, and it is already no longer, in a great crash of indifference since it is now elsewhere.

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