that man lovesWhen God enters the world, he sets men in movement. Or rather, let us say, he gets with a movement already underway. He becomes a brother on the journey, so truly one of us as to know at bone and heart and marrow all the the perplexity and pain, that darkness and setbacks and fits and starts of the human march. Later, much later, (and then only for a time), comes the single big word to burden our faith: resurrection. The world is perhaps too large for men today to cope with. We say "yes" to it as best we can and turn again in our unrisen flesh and minds, to the unfinished business of living. D. Berriganour personal life is as full of grief and private torment as a clown's is always said to be.