In 2010 I subscribed to The New Yorker magazine after years of reading dated copies from the local library.
Quality essays, quirky cartoons, a weekly education.
And then occasionally, like in this April article, ‘Baking Bread in Lyon‘, a real gem shines.
An unremarkable pair of sentences to most readers, I am certain. An oblique aside, explaining a French term.
Yet to me, those words leapt from the page, full of meaning.
Describing a special relationship between formation and calling … comme c’est magnifique!