By James Salter from his book “A Sport and A Pastime”
“But my dreams are as important as anything I acquired by stealth. More important, because they are the intuitive in it’s purest state. Without them, facts are not more than a kind of debris, unstrung, like beads. The dreams are as true and manifest as the iron fences of France flashing black in the rain. More true, perhaps. They are the skeleton of all reality.”
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Thanks so much for posting this Maria. It is truly beautiful and brings me peace and quiets my mind whenever I study it.
What a beautiful thing to hear Cindy. Thank YOu.