Windows of Heaven

In medieval times the narrow openings in the walls of the turrets of a fortress could serve as lookouts for the approach of would-be invaders and as posts of defense from attack.

As we look out on today's world, to human view mankind appears to be virtually surrounded by threats to peace and happiness; calamities seem broadcast over the earth. Countless unresolved problems, individual and collective, spread uncertainty and fear.

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RING AND ROBE
June 7, 1975
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