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Family relic: nailed on a rented wall.  Berkeley USA, December 2012

“The fundamental praxis of Jesus has shown us that divine causality present itself often in the mode of Damascus, it does not come ‘cheap’, without self-transformation, self-renewal, repentance and the commitment to new beginnings, however small…. Love is not a power to be introduced into the world by structural means…. Love goes beyond the language of rights…. For an ethics in the world, love will become the key category. It is the category that helps us to cope with the ongoing challenge of dikedicy… The wound of knowledge teaches us that we do not live innocent lives.” – Clemens Sedmak, “The Wound of Knowledge”