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Semur-en-Brionnais
(Romanesque Church, France)
    
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God created everything, not only for our use, but also that we, seeing the great wealth of His creations, might be astonished at the might of the Creator and might understand that all this was created with wisdom and unutterable goodness, for the honor of man, who was to appear.

John Chrysostom (347-407)



All our life is like a day of celebration for us; we are convinced, in fact, that God is always everywhere. We work while singing; we sail while reciting hymns; we accomplish all other occupations of life while praying.

Clement of Alexandria (150-220)



Understand that you have within yourself, upon a small scale, a second universe: within you is a sun, there is a moon, and there are also stars.

Origen (185-254)
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