The Icon 3/7; Image And Likeness, Tselem,צֶ֫לֶם, and Demuth,דְּמוּת .
”But however we express or embody that imperative to take time, the point is the same. In claiming attention the image claims time. Claiming time it claims our readiness to set aside the urge to contain and absorb the image. And in evoking that readiness it warns us that in this process we are not the sole agents in control of what happens to us. We must open ourselves to be seen as well as see.”