Stone Wall

By mgaft1 | Day by day | 19 Oct 2019

I think it was Hemingway who said approximately the following:

What is the secret of writing? It is similar to Byzantine masonry where all the stones are chosen so carefully that they don't require mortar to be held together.

Now, I don't give much trust to my memory, not on account of who said these words or how exactly they said it. Still, I think I think this statement delivers the gist of the idea as, I am sure, the masonry wall below


Luckily, these times have passed. People don't have much time to read and more prone to look at pictures relying on the saying "A picture worth a thousand words."

That's all I have to say about a stone wall. 351665157-07ba532d813f04bf8654a4670ce1c617fe8da93c578bf179c1b6e980bb334c1a.png


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