[It's Toys, Boy, All Toys. You'll See More And More Contraptions As You Get Older, But If I Teach You Anything, You'll Learn That All Of This Is Decoration. What Counts Is What's Inside You And What You Can See In Others.]

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"The Virgin Mary is called the [Greek words] (the "book of the Word of life") by the Greek Church. The book of the Gospel, the book of Christs origins and life, can be written and proclaimed because God has first written his living Word in the living book of the Virgins being, which she has offered to her Lord in all its purity and humility—the whiteness of a chaste, empty page. If the name of Mary does not often appear in the pages of the Gospel as evident participant in the action, it is because she is the human ground of humility and obedience upon which every letter of Christs life is written. She is the Theotokos, too, in the sense that she is the book that bears, and is inscribed with, the Word of God. She keeps her silence that he might resonate the more plainly within her." - Author: Erasmo Leiva Merikakis

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