The Mer­cury’s of­fer­ings never fail to pique real in­ter­est

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THE Mer­cury does get some in­ter­est­ing cor­re­spon­dence.

I re­ally loved SA Jazb­hay’s let­ter of No­vem­ber 5, con­tain­ing many el­e­ments in­spir­ing fel­low be­liev­ers about Deep­avali. It drew to­gether in­ter­est­ing images – old Dur­ban, (street names) light and so­cial life (house­hold veranda and shar­ing), the ap­pear­ance of a ta­pes­try of In­dian mythol­ogy and re­li­gion – with a feel­ing of en­ergy and hope at the end. One was left with his sense of joy and con­fi­dence that could jolt any athe­ist, mo­men­tar­ily, into sus­pect­ing the pres­ence of an un­known, over­ar­ch­ing, world of the spirit.

I find The Mer­cury full of in­ter­est­ing news, fea­tures and pic­tures. A very en­joy­able read. Thank you. MON­ICA MATTHEWSON Via email

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