Wisdom on Wednesdays—In the language of God


Gethsemane, pastel on paper

“In the language of God nothing is meaningless—not even pain and suffering.”   (1962)


Wisdom on Wednesdays—The wise man is never lonely

Gertrude pen and ink sketch - CROPPED

Gertrude, pen and ink and crayon on brown paper, c. 1920

“A man may be said to be wise when he has grasped the essential absurdity of stoicism as a final mode of conduct; when, in other words, he can suffer and be happy alone (that is dependent on God, not man).  When, in other words, he is never lonely.  The man who is wise can die alone.”  (1932)