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  •  I did see it on 3/2, and was wondering: At the (2+ / 0-)

    very end, Parsifal holds up the Grail and everyone is looking at it--except Amfortas, who's almost looking 180 degrees away. Any thoughts on that interpretation? He has been healed and forgiven, but perhaps is angry because a) he's no longer the king, and b) he suffered for so many years? I can relate to most of that in my own relationship to God.

    Or is there another interpretation?

    •  I missed that detail at the end, so..... (0+ / 0-)

      ......unfortunately, no idea.  Or maybe it could be that the one time he refused to uncover it at his father's request, Titurel died.

      "It's only in books that the officers of the detective force are superior to the weakness of making a mistake." (Wilkie Collins, The Moonstone)

      by chingchongchinaman on Sun Mar 03, 2013 at 10:36:12 PM PST

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