God

God

"There are countless extremes being represented here in this story we choose to call our life," the man wandered off into his own world and would not let me in, but he would not let me out of his proximity either. "It is always open to a man to give himself up wholly to spiritual views, to seeking after God, to the ideal of saintliness. On the other hand, he can easily give himself up to the realm of instinct, of following his intuition as it leads him into fields of action whose surface appearance has been eroded with the iron rust of sin."