Weekend 415.0

“As Rembrandt’s own life moves toward the shadows of old age, as his success wanes, and the exterior splendor of his life diminishes, he comes more in touch with the immense beauty of the interior life. There he discovers the light that comes from an inner fire that never dies: the fire of love. His art no longer tries to ‘grasp, conquer, and regulate the visible,’ but to ‘transform the visible in the fire of love that comes from the unique heart of the artist.'” – Henri J.M. Nouwen, The Return of the Prodigal Son: A Story of Homecoming

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