"RED is the most joyful and dreadful thing in the physical universe; it is the fiercest note, it is the highest light, it is the place where the walls of this world of ours wear thinnest and something beyond burns through. It glows in the blood which sustains and in the fire which destroys us, in the roses of our romance and in the awful cup of our religion. It stands for all passionate happiness, as in faith or in first love." -G. K. Chesterton
Interesting little book. A bit obvious in places, perhaps. But I think I'm only saying that to be critique-y. The only thing I didn't like was the change in perspective. It didn't seem right somehow when it first happened.