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Don't count your chickens!

The title of our last Post was ‘And life goes on’ and for those of you with good memories, you will recall that the piece ended with a reference to an upcoming trip to the UK, the main purpose of which was to attend a Memorial Service for my sister. 1,135 more words

Crete

Barbecue in Ancient Greek Culture

Dallas resident Michael Anderson is an avid fan of Mediterranean food and Greek history. Known for the famous kibbe he cooks at his Dallas area home, Michael Anderson is also a renowned barbecue chef. 167 more words

Michael Anderson

Giorgos Seferis

I looked at you with all the light and the darkness I possess. — Giorgos Seferis, from “Summer Solstice,” Collected Poems (Princeton University Press, 1969)

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Yiannis Ritsos

Under the lukewarm water of night I held
the hand of sleep and the sense of forgetting
the texture of the blanket and of the wall. 33 more words

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The Parthenon or Graffiti?

… Greece is a continuous process. In English the expression “Ancient Greece” includes the meaning of “finished,” whereas for us Greece goes on living, for better or worse; it is in life, has not expired yet. 541 more words

Branding

April 16 @ I Corinthians 15-16

I Corinthians 15-16 (NLT)

Discover His heart: He promises a resurrected body for all who believe in Him

Over the past few years, the resurgence of vampires, zombies, occult books and movies has captivated the world, each giving a false depiction of the resurrected body. 542 more words

Daily Devotions

Giorgos Seferis

Our life is always a separation
and a more difficult presence.

—Giorgos Seferis, from “Letter to Rex Warner,” Collected Poems (Princeton University Press, 1969)

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