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The Letter Ggwe understand gravitybut we dare not fathomthe emptinessof the human heart.desire (greed)pleasure (gluttony)fulfullment (gratification)all of this wehave declared good.but what is this good,except a shadowof what we cannot grasp?What is the source of true goodness?
The Letter Ff"Now faith isThe presence of thingsHoped for,The convictionOf things not seen."Through faithWe understandWhat we cannot see,And acceptWhat we cannotFully understand.It is rememberingThat we are smallerThan we think we are.What is faith at this age?
The Letter EeThe Eternal,Everlasting.Name of the oneWho said I AMWhat greater claimThan to speakOf time as somethingViewed, and not lived?What is time to the eternal?
The Letter DdThe beginningOf conscienceis the ending of dreams.Aren't dreams the substanceWhich reality is made of?Rather, we breathe in brilliantColors we have never dreamed.What does it mean to dream?
The Letter CcA powerfulSense summed upInto a single sound.Impossibly complex,Yet assumed by all:Seeing is believing,What happened to things believed but not yet seen?
The Letter BbA single letterThat, turned into a word,Perplexes us,Even to the end of the age.The question of notWho, What, WhenWhere, Why or HowBut of existence.What's it mean to be?
TW Chapter 27 - Names"Who is Andar?" His words seemed almost like a hammer blow to her, as if the name carried unrivaled power. Someone she remembered? But who?Elmira turned away, and though he couldn't know for sure, he thought she was crying. A memory that painful? But Drew had to know. Was she really who he thought? It seemed impossible now for her not to be."Miranda." Drew spoke, softly, though directly to her. In an instant, she had turned around. But she looked aghast.At last, she spoke, "So it is you." For a moment, Drew sat stunned. What did she mean? He hadn't changed... Or had he? Nothing made sense. He still felt dizzy and heart broken from what he had done. The trees. The beautiful trees. All dead!Drew had not realized he spoke aloud until Elmira-Or Miranda, whoever she was- said, "That is the price."A mom
The Letter Aaa beginning of lettersadvanced into words.words arranged by phrasesattached to afterthoughtsof a sentencethis is the allowancecalled language.Why do we often ignore a beginning?