Monthly Archives: November 2011

Conversations under a bridge Pt.2

“We do not have to be saviours of the world! We are simply human beings, enfolded in weakness and hope, called together to change our world one heart at a time.” –Jean Vanier My first few attempts to meet with … Continue reading

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Unrequited.

Are Russian cannibals worse than the English? Of course. The English eat only the feet, the Russians the soul. “The soul is a mirage,” I told Anna Alexandrova, but she went on eating mine anyway. “Like a superb confit of … Continue reading

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Blessed Rage

The sea was not a mask. No more was she. The song and water were not medleyed sound Even if what she sang was what she heard. Since what she sang was uttered word by word. It may be that … Continue reading

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Blue in Green

Once when The Times asked him and several other prominent authors to write essays on the subject “What’s Wrong with the World?” G. K Chesterton answered succinctly: Dear Sirs,  I am. Sincerely yours, G. K. Chesterton It is no secret … Continue reading

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The Laundromat Diaries Pt. 3

“If I don’t have red, I use blue.” -Pablo Picasso I despise Halloween and Valentine’s Day. Yeah I know, I’m a Debbie downer, but here is my brief rationale. Valentine’s Day: A day out of the year we are supposed … Continue reading

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