Finding Beauty in a Broken World

Finding Beauty in a Broken World

Terry Tempest Williams

"Shards of glass can lower and wound or amplify a vision," Terry Tempest Williams tells us. "Mosaic celebrates brokenness and the wonderful thing about being introduced together." starting from Ravenna, Italy, the place she learns the traditional paintings of mosaic, to the yankee Southwest, the place she observes prairie canine on the point of extinction, to a small village in Rwanda the place she joins genocide survivors to construct a memorial from the rubble of battle, Williams searches for that means and group in an period of actual and religious fragmentation.

In her compassionate meditation on how nature and people either collide and fasten, Williams affirms a reverence for all lifestyles, and constructs a story of hopeful acts, taking that that is damaged and developing anything complete.

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