As we glance upward into the expanse of the evening sky, we proportion innovations of awe and admiration with Abraham, David and others within the pages of Scripture. Scientists comprehend extra approximately those mysteries now than ever earlier than. there's a grasp author, and this universe is the paintings of His palms.

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These people don’t really know each other—their sense of blissful communion need never be tested against the gritty practical reality of sustained love. ” The ideal can only exist as a lost idea. There is always the possibility that it could have been more. Yet it’s extraordinary how the song, which merits the word “bittersweet” more than anything I know, acknowledges that real love demands the time it takes to become banal: “Haven’t had time to wake up/Seeing you there without your makeup” is more than a wistful desire for a quiet, private moment within the whirlwind of this romance; it admits the possibility they might not even have seen the real person underlying the other’s public face.

No one seems to know who anyone really is, and no one cares; it is all about being there and partying to excess, engaging other partyers in only the most superficial manner. In a similar display of superficiality, when Holly gets caught up in a scandal at the end of the film, all her New York friends desert her. Certainly none would travel across the country for her as Doc does. The deserted dark alley in which the film ends, in stark contrast to the exuberant party at its center, is crucial to its representation of New York.

As early as 9, when he was also working on Experiment in Terror, which places an important scene in an eerily deserted baseball stadium, Edwards sensed an intensely alienating aspect of modern urban life that he linked to deserted public spaces. ) in one of the balletic interludes against which the urban bustle of New York jostles. On the Town (Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly, MGM, ). Digital frame enlargement. ” —On the Town What can happen in a day in New York City? Plenty. A day in the life of the city is a trope familiar in both the journalism of the nineteenth century and the city symphony films of the s.

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