It is difficult to write about the things you love most. For me, Johann Sebastian Bach’s Die Kunst der Fuge (‘Art of the Fugue’) is tantamount to a sacred text, an artwork so quintessentially perfect in form, so unutterably beautiful from the dual perspectives of the mind and heart, intellect and emotions, that the best thing I . . .
Rappoport at it again. One quote. From an article full of his own cut-above writing:
Henry Miller, the American writer who, in his time, in his own way, was as reviled and infamous as Trump is now, once wrote (paraphrasing): People say America needs a President who will restore sanity to the country. That’s wrong. What . . .
Johann Sebastian Bach's Goldberg Variations has become an iconic monument in Western music. On one level, it's simply a beautiful keyboard work, and on another, it's a Rubik's Cube of invention and architecture.
From its apocryphal back story (based on a count's sleepless nights), to its . . .
Here's something, you're never taught in school? Here in the good ol' U.S. of A. All your wars have been fake... so begins Melissa Dykes. This brilliant primer into false flags, is just the ticket, for a wake-up.
Now who could we re-post this to? I know it's tough to push some. But war is avoidable, the war . . .
I wrote the following as a comment in response to an article.
"Absolutely outrageous" to call those concerned about immigration racist, says Archbishop Justin Welby - by Antony Bushfield, a multimedia journalist at 'Premier'
I've this thought about 'the middle way'. We expect God to be . . .
Managing to 'must-post daily', by reposting comments like this one. Managing to cop-out, more-like.
Someone recently reminded me of the human behaviour, the condition… that pushes everything, too high, or sets everything – too low. 'Moderate' isn't necessarily the third-way, which perhaps involves . . .