Ken Schles says this book is a “photographic book about images, memory and the metaphor of light.” It is so much more. The level of abstract thinking required is so great that Ken includes his own exegesis at the end. It could easily be part of a course in hermeneutics at the Sorbonne. But it is also a unique book that will speak to Every Man at every level. After my initial dismay that I might never understand this book, I did discover a way to experience it very deeply.
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