"Which are the magic
moments in ordinary
time? All of them,
for those who can see."

– Tim Dlugos, from "Ordinary Time"


"We pressed our hands side by side into the soft clay. We called that immortalizing our memory, and laughed. ... We were fragile. Our time was limited and so we could not waste it on matters of minor importance. So we concentrated on what mattered most: ourselves—playfully, as if we had all the time in the world. Two summers and two winters."

– Christa Wolf, Cassandra, trans. Jan van Heurck

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