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  • Thursday, August 03, 2006

    Ours as a Lifetime
    By Sean Ripple

    One should not turn to look back at the distance traveled a few steps upward from the bottommost portion of the valley. It was said by a man quoted in a book many use as a way to calm their fear of ending to "Remember Lot's wife." I do not remember the man's name who was quoted nor do I remember the context or book in which it is written, but I do remember that in the story referenced, Lot's wife turned to look back at a city going to ruin and turned to a pillar of salt. Yet, who can definitively answer what a pillar of salt is meant to signify?

    It was spoken and has been relayed through translation, but the search is ours as a lifetime.

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