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This thesis begins with the violent and revolutionary shock of Walter Benjamin's messianic moment, which is discussed as kairos, or 'now time,' through the work of Isaac Luria Ashkenazi, Franz Rosenzweig and Paul Tillich, after which the caress is turned to, helping reveal the wonder of the everyday. Concentrating on the dinner table and the home these revealed now tender moments are presented as narrative sketches, performances and discussions with performers that begin to show the place anddoi:10.4225/03/58a656ca73cd4 fatcat:cmhbzq74nvgh3frze77i3g66qy