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Ode to 'Ordinary' Things

“Science and art may invent splendid modes of illuminating 
the apartments of the opulent: 
but these are all poor and worthless 
compared with the common light 
which the sun sends into all our windows, 
which pours freely, 
impartially over hill and valley, 
which kindles daily the eastern and western sky;
and so the common lights of reason, and conscience, and love, 
are of more worth and dignity 
than the rare endowments which give celebrity to a few.”
 --William Channing, Unitarian Christian clergyman

1 comment:

Daniel said...

Thank you Matt. An important reminder of the simple wonders of the world around us and within our hearts. A good way to start the week.