I deeply enjoy and benefit from this journey that we are on together. I feel the profundity. It anchors me and sets me free. From humor to tragedy, to love to exercise and repose, from standing free to flying free.
This letter is from Thomas Harris to his brother, Lyle Harris and was written while they collaborated on a show at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in 1998; it’s presented with a wide collection of beautiful communications in Pamela Newkirk’s Letters From Black America.