Superficial and Profound

Sometimes the superficial is profound, when we find great meaning in the basic actions and objects of everyday life; and sometimes the profound is superficial, when it deals so exclusively with abstractions that it abandons the details and particulars that make up the fabric of daily life.

–November 13, 2009

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