The Last Light of the SunBook - 2017
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At the margins of any tale there are lives that come into it only for a moment. Or, put another way, there are those who run quickly through a story and then out, along their paths. For these figures, living their own sagas, the tale they intersect is the peripheral thing. A moment in the drama of their own living and dying.
It was generally considered that a good physician was one who didn’t kill you sooner than whatever afflicted you would have.
It is a truth hardly to be challenged that most men prefer not to have others decree the manner and time of their dying.
The doorways of our lives take many shapes, and the arrivals that change us are not always announced by thunderous pounding or horns at the gates. We may be walking a known laneway, at prayer in a familiar chapel, entering a new one and simply looking up, or we may be deep in quiet talk late of a summer’s night, and a door will open behind us.
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