THE SECLUSION OF AN INNER COURT

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  1. The inner court is lovely. It reminds me of a courtyard of the Catholic church that was on our way home from school. We would stop by once in a while to get a some water from their drinking fountain. They didn’t seem to mind a few unruly kids stopping by. – Margy

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  2. I love that shot of the series of arches; such beautiful, quiet, peaceful feel to it, it must be from the glowing light coming through the openings. Nicely done 🙂

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  3. A very peaceful post until that last book. I haven’t heard of the book but certainly have heard of the “religions” in it. What a courageous man Steven was, but when the Lord gets hold of you, watch out. Paul could tell a tale or two about that, couldn’t he. And C.S. Lewis had no intention of becoming a Christian, yet he became one of its best apologists. 🙂

    janet

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    1. It was intended as a peaceful post, until I read Makro-Tex’s reguirement for Tue., lol! I thought, here it goes, I know I’ll have to write about this, at some point! Also, I knew that many would shrink back of saying anything about it, which is a very sad sign. Look at all the “likes” I have, but not one word. Up till now, you’re the only one! His apology on Facebook I read long before I read his book, and it also reminded me of Paul.

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  4. I love the arches too! We don’t have that style in Finland, but have seen many in Spain and recently in Florence.

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    1. Thank you Riitta, this is located very close to Mexico, so many of the building styles of buildings (and even colors – terra cotta is much seen here) are influenced by the Mexican and Spanish ones.:)

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    1. Thank you Deborah, I like these colors too – very much so (Southern Calif!). It’s Wed. almost 11:30 at night, but on the time of your comment, “it” says 6 am on the 17th – how odd, right?

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