“Any act,” writes Mircea Eliade

“Any act,” writes Mircea Eliade, “can become a religious act. Human existence is realized simultaneously on two parallel planes, that of temporality, becoming, illusion, and that of eternity, substance, reality.”

In 1995 an existentialist poet could write things like “a almost mental tree”. Last year the same poet wrote that “someone who once have got a big tree in their life will never forget it, like a purged security”

Trees from Gethsemane according to Wikipedia.
Trees from Gethsemane according to Wikipedia.
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