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Henry Miller’s “The Cosmological Eye” [Dog-Eared Page, March 2013] brought back fond memories of life in France in my twenties, when I soaked up the rich philosophical menu before me. I read him back then, and his words spoke to that confused, hungry, and ardent young man searching for himself. Stand Still Like the Hummingbird is still on my bookshelf fifty years later, and it’s not dusty. Thank you for reprinting his inspired words on creation and the artist’s life.