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Once again the good folks at Prose edda quotes. Many thanks to the great readers, commentators, guest bloggers, and fellow blogmates who make my work with Prode Pilgrim in Narnia so rewarding. Watch over the next week for some of my reading and blogging highlights in And if you are on WordPress, make sure you link your annual report below. My annual report. It is not so much blanketed in white as smothered in it, frozen by it.
Anyone in my part of the world will immediately know prose edda quotes this is a curse: all those dreary winter nights, locked indoors to escape from the source cold, the sun squeezing through a frozen sky only a few hours a day. In winter I yearn for light. To never experience Christmas, where all of eternity tilts towards the sun and light grows once again—to me that would be a great curse. The turning of the solstice and the coming for Christmas, for me, is really the birth of spring. Christmas is the first day of the Easter season.
Most of the winter lays ahead, yet I somehow have the resources to face it. The curse is broken, I think. And the coming of that Narnian Christmas, too is also the beginning of Narnian Easter.
But do not think there is a one-to-one relationship between our world and the world of Narnia. Narnia is a different world altogether. Unlike our great great grand-humans, Adam and Eve, the first Narnians did not flee from Eden.
Christ is not Aslan, per se, because what is broken in our universe is not the same thing that is broken in the Narnian universe. The Deep Magic http://rectoria.unal.edu.co/uploads/tx_felogin/puritan-writers-the-wonders-of-the-invisible/psychoanalytic-theory-originated-with.php different in each cosmos.
It would be more accurate to say that Aslan is what God would be like wrapped in Narnian flesh.]