“You have to let go of the old to begin something new. But that does not mean it is lost forever.”
– 32nd Mother of the Red Abbey, in Maresi by Maria Turtschaninoff
And the “old” is worth saving – because how else do we learn, transmit our culture, and discuss our values in a world that’s becoming more and more international?
This thought was brought to you by idle musings on various library, archives, and museum collections. Unlike early cultures in our world and peoples of various fantasy worlds, right now we have the luxury of saving unprecedented amounts of our cultures’ material production.
Turtschaninoff, Maria. Maresi. New York, NY: Abrams, 2017, p. 241.
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