Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Mountains, not Molehills

The holy Mount Michel in France stands, towers that is, over the landscape to symbolize the rising of Mikes around the world.
So it is interesting to note that religious experiences always seem to be associated with rising and height. At least this landmark is. What would possess the architects to go to the trouble of building at such a high altitude? Isn't there a little fear left over from the Tower of Babel in this ancient project?

Or do Mikes just need a high pulpit to make our case before the world?



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