Sometimes the Spirit Touches Us Through our Weaknesses by James Christensen
James Christensen’s beloved hunchback is the Everyman of every day – a little bit of all of us.
“The hump represents his troubles,” Christensen explains, and where the spirit touches, there is light, symbolizing hope that our very adversities are what bring us to growth.
Deceptively simple, Sometimes the Spirit . . . is rich with Christensen’s characteristic symbolism, from the checkerboard floor representing the oppositional aspects of life to the Latin inscription on the hunchback’s seat, which translated, means, “After clouds, sun.”
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