In the cultural wasteland of the ’70s, where peace and love had degenerated into sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll, precious few lights beckoned to youth who met license, pornography, and drugs everywhere. Yet Providence did not wholly abandon us. From time to time, I remember some of those suggestions of a more beautiful life that eventually led me to cry for grace. Thanks to today’s technology, I can often quickly find books or music or movies that I think had a salvific influence on me and share them with my own children.
Recently I re-discovered one of those, a 1965 Chuck Jones movie short called “The Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics.”

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