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“Beauty Is the Splendor of Truth,” or How to Write Like an Architect
Originally posted on The Daily Post:
A few months ago I wrote here about how non-verbal media can help us with our writing. I talked specifically about music and visual art; today, let’s turn to architecture. It might sound odd, at…
Posted in General Sharing, Philosophy, reblogged, Writing Tagged architecture, Freemasonry, moral lessons, reason, values, writing 1 Comment