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are certain moments of looking at a familiar mountain which
are unrepeatable. A question of a particular light, an exact
temperature, the wind, the season. You could live seven lives and
never see the mountain quite like that again; its face is as
specific as a momentary glance across a table at breakfast.
A mountain stays in the same place, and can almost be considered immortal, but to those who are familiar with the mountain, it never repeats itself. It has another timescale." —John Berger