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You can see this happening all during "Through a Glass Darkly," which tells the story of a father, his daughter and son, and the daughter's husband, isolated on a remote Swedish island for a summer vacation. They're living in a run-down cottage. The opening scenes are deliberately banal, as they emerge from a dip in the sea and debate about who will fix dinner and who will put out the nets. But deeper currents emerge. We hear about the "sickness" of the daughter, Karin (Harriet Andersson). It is never named, but is clearly schizophrenia. She has been treated and is going through a period of recovery. Her husband, Martin (Max von Sydow), loves her but feels powerless to help her. Her brother, nicknamed Minus (Lars Passgard), is balanced at the entry to adolescent sexuality, and is very aware of the physical reality of his sister. The father, David (Gunnar Bjornstrand), is an author, highly regarded, who has just returned from a stay in Switzerland. He is cool and distant.

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"Through a Glass Darkly" would be followed by "Winter Light," about a minister who despairs of God's silence, and by "The Silence," about two sisters and the child of one, stranded in a strange town and haunted by old hatreds and wounds. Long stretches of that film are silent, or at least lacking in dialogue, as the boy prowls a hotel's corridors, making fantasies of his own to displace the disturbance being trapped between the two sisters. In all of these films, we're struck by Bergman's deep concern that humans see the world as through a glass, darkly, and are unable to perceive its meaning.

We live in an incredible time with so much available to us and so many possibilities. At moments, however, it can be extremely challenging to see our way clearly with the abundance of information, perspectives, attitudes, feelings, criticisms, forces, and beliefs that surround us. It can seem as if we are seeing through a glass darkly.

As we are confronted with difficult choices and decisions, especially those related to our eternal progress, we must prepare ourselves, act in faith, and learn to use and rely on the light. As we do so, the personal lens through which each of us sees can become clearer, and we will be better able to make decisions that will bless our lives and lead us to Christ.

The fulness of the blessings given through the Holy Ghost are only available to those who receive the gift of the Holy Ghost, which is bestowed by the authority of the Melchizedek Priesthood after a person is baptized into the Church. After receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost, we have the right to His constant companionship and the blessings associated with it if we keep the commandments and remain worthy.26

Though many things are unclear to me, I recognize that I have been blessed on countless occasions through the power and influence of the Holy Ghost. I also understand the importance of continually seeking to better understand and use the remarkable gift of light that comes from Him. Let me share another experience.

Many times throughout my life I have felt prompted that I should pursue my interests in art and develop my abilities. As a result of these promptings and as a result of careful and prayerful consideration, Jennifer and I agreed that I should pursue graduate studies in art after completing my degree at BYU. When the time came I researched numerous programs across the country, pondered options, fasted, prayed, and selected several programs to which I submitted applications. Given all of the factors, this was not an easy task, but we were excited about the possibilities.

It dawns on me now, as I look back on my experience welding in the bronze foundry many years ago, that the darkened glass lens of the welding helmet not only protected my eyes from the bright light of the arc welder but actually enabled my vision. It allowed me to see, understand, and do things that I would not have otherwise been capable of doing, given the physical limitations of my eyes. Perhaps this can give us some insight into the need for a dark glass in mortality, especially as we recognize the importance of cultivating the qualities of faith, hope, and charity, as the Apostle Paul taught in his epistle to the Corinthians.32 As we prepare ourselves through righteousness and learn to rely on the light of the Holy Ghost, we have an increased ability to see clearly those things we need to know and do in our lives.

Sometimes a modern concept can interfere with the intended biblical message. Anyone who wants to see a solar eclipse is advised to watch it through a piece of almost impenetrable dark glass. Otherwise the intense brightness of the sun will damage the eyes. This brings to mind the terror experienced by Isaiah after he saw a vision of the Lord.

But in 1 Corinthians 13:12 the Bible does not say, "we see through a dark glass." It says, "we see through a glass, darkly." Furthermore, the glass Paul refers to is a looking glass or mirror. "Darkly" means without clear understanding. Young's Literal Translation says "we see through a mirror obscurely"?

In verse 18, the phrase "looking glass" is translated from the Hebrew reiy, which means a mirror or looking glass. Ancient mirrors were not made of glass but were fashioned from metal. The New International Bible translates "strong, and as a molten looking glass" as "hard as a mirror of cast bronze."

For the time being, a Christian's spiritual eyesight is limited. He cannot see afar off. He cannot comprehend the deep things of God. He is like a man looking at the universe through a telescope. He sees only a two-dimensional reflected image of an isolated portion of what is actually there.

Today even the most devout Christian can only see an obscure image of Christ (and himself) as reflected in his holy Word. This image is further distorted by man's limited understanding. But the day will come when man will no longer see Christ through a looking glass. He will see him face to face!

Donna Leon’s fifteenth mystery is set on the island of Murano where her hero, Commissario Guido Brunetti, investigates a murder at a glass furnace (fornace) there. Prior to the murder, Brunetti started snooping around Murano because of suspicion that one of the factory owners may be out to do bodily harm to his son-in-law, an environmental activist and good friend of Brunetti’s sidekick, Vianello.

Leon writes her novels in the third person, and thus, almost everything is seen through Brunetti’s thoughts and judgments. Through Brunetti’s eyes, we experience a wonderful springtime in Venice and superb descriptions of glassware and the age-old art of glass making. Leon has done a lot of research for this book which is a primer on glass making lore and the operation of the factories on Murano. There also is biting social commentary on the effects of industrial pollution on the lagoon by not only the glass factories but also by the chemical and oil industries in nearby Margera. As is often the case, the murderer is motivated by Leon’s old standbys--vanity, greed, and lust for power.

Synopsis: A luminous spring day in Venice, and Commissario Brunetti and his sidekick Vianello play hooky from the Questura along the Grand Canal to rescue Vianello's friend Marco, who has been arrested during an environmental protest. They get him released, only to be faced by the fury of the man's father-in-law, who owns a glass factory on Murano. The old man is seething with rage, and his daughter shares her fear with Brunetti that he will actually hurt her husband. But it is not Marco who has uncovered the guilty secret of the glass foundries, nor he whose body is found lying in front of the furnaces which burn at 1400 degrees C. night and day. The victim has left clues in a copy of Dante and Brunetti must enter an inferno to discover who is burning the land and fouling the waters of Venice's lagoon. A man is dead - but will politics and expedience prevent the killer from striking again? (William Heinemann)

Parker also plays with dualities. In this exhibition she revisits the subject of a 2016 work entitled, Coffee Pot Hit by a Monkey Wrench, a photogravure of a glass photographic negative of an antique silver coffee pot that Parker smashed with a monkey wrench. Parker has sellotaped the smashed photographic negative back together to make a new print called Coffee Pot Hit by a Monkey Wrench (repaired), 2020. A line of empty glass medicine bottles is pictured in Still Life (Sans Medicine), 2020. For a corresponding print, entitled Still Life (Verso), 2020, Parker captures the shadows of the labels by turning the bottles over. Parker reactivates these objects to create spectral still lives.

Through a Glass, Darkly was commissioned to premier in the Twin Cities and then be performed at GALA Choruses Festival VIII, July 12-19, 2008 in Miami, Florida, and was underwritten through the generosity of Alan Braun to whom we extend our sincerest appreciation.

It's night time and Alton is in his vehicle on the streets watching as a homeless man with a full shopping cart passes by. He then takes a gander at Irene's calling card and reflects on the ultimatum she presented him at Edgewood. He later returns home to see Franklin, Cissy, Jerome, and Louise throwing him a surprise party to honor his one year of sobriety. There is a celebration going on and after the party is done, they have a sit down in the living and Cissy reminisces about Alton's past, before he was on the bottle and her her parents reacted toward him. Franklin then raises a glass of water and makes a toast to Alton for his first year sober.

Teddy is now aboard his private jet and Avi and his boys are in their seats. Avi is fixing a glass of champagne and offers Teddy some, but of course, Teddy wants something stronger, and agrees to fill himself a glass. He sits down and Avi noticed something amiss about Teddy, asking him what was on his mind. Teddy just stared at Avi but provided no answer. 041b061a72

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