Adele Gallogly

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Wise words, Thomas Stearns

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Author: Adele Gallogly

I'm a writer and editor living in the lovely city of Hamilton, Ontario. By day, I write for World Renew, a relief and development agency; during evenings and weekends, I let short stories, essays, and other pieces out to play. I like to write about the intersection of faith, art, culture, and justice.

6 thoughts on “Wise words, Thomas Stearns

  1. I love the quote–thank you! And the photo is wonderful too–God bless you!

  2. Adele, thanks for visiting my site. I love the “wise words” and your blog. I saw you were writing short stories. Are you also working on a novel?

    • Welcome! Funny you should ask, as I’ve lately been wondering if I should make the leap from short stories to a novel. But yes, right now only short stories. We’ll see what happens….

  3. Pretty much all the music you have on your blog I love 🙂

  4. I love Eliot. Have you ever seen Makoto Fujimura’s series on the four quartets? Fromone writer to another, check it out. Just google Makoto Fujimura Four Quartets.

    • I love Fujimura’s work. Greg Wolfe, editor of Image Journal (and director of the grad program I attended) actually just shared that he recently wrote a brief foreword to a project called “Qu4tets.” He says it “is both a book, an exhibition, and a commissioned work of music featuring, among others, the art of Makoto Fujimura and Bruce Herman. All inspired by T.S. Eliot’s ‘Four Quartets.'” Very much looking forward to seeing this project come together.

      Anyway, always grateful for recommendations–especially from one writer to another. Thanks for your comment!

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