At profound, often unperceived levels, everything connects-even apparent opposites: hope and despair, life and death, poverty and riches, relationships thriving and soured. The inner reality of hidden wholeness is buried beneath the overpowering immediacy of the external world.
Inspired by Thomas Merton, Dorothea Lange, and others, these photographs attempt to see beneath that immediacy. Taken on travels as mundane as business trips and family outings, or as extraordinary as the March on Washington of '63 and a retreat at the Monastery of the Holy Cross, the photographs attempt to capture, however fleetingly, both the hope and despair that permeates the world.
Charles Wilber has spent a lifetime teaching and writing. He has published over 100 articles in professional and popular journals in addition to books with University of Notre Dame Press, University of North Carolina Press, Pergamon Press, Paulist Press, Rowman & Littlefield, Random House, and McGraw-Hill. While economics is his vocation, photography is his passion.
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