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In reality the main purpose of life is to raise everything that is profane to the level of the holy.
- Martin Buber
I would argue that this is also true of poetry, but in the opposite direction (making what's holy, profane) as well.
Posted at 05:19 PM in Quotes by Writers & Poets | Permalink
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