Waters of Memory - an art work by T Newfields created in May 2001 in Nagoya, Japan in memory of Maurice Blondel

Nadia: So do you think sex can be spiritual?
Kasim: Doesn't it have to be to be fulfilling?
Nadia: I dunno. In some ways casual sex is thrilling.
Wan-Sze: Such experiences are sweet at first, but bitter in the end.
Fulfilling sex is a form of communion. It takes a lot of hard work
and discipline at first, but is much more fulfilling in the end.
Nadia: (Skeptically) . . . and how did you become an expert?
Wan-Sze: I don't know. . . (shrugging his shoulders) it seems the worms
of time have eaten away most memories . . . .