Mar 6, 2021-- "We have a soul at times.
No one's got it non-stop,
In an article in the New York Times, Edward Hirsch called Wislawa Szymborska "a philosophically inflected poet who investigates large unanswerable questions with terrific delicacy. She pits her dizzying sense of the world's transient splendor against unbearable historical knowledge." Here the Polish Nobel laureate explores the nature of the soul with her characteristic wit, keen observations and attentiveness to the buried implications of the human journey. (5046 reads)
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Human life runs its course in the metamorphosis between receiving and giving.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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