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this broken beautiful world

My heart is heavy with the brokenness of the world tonight.

Tonight my family sleeps under one roof, with full bellies and soft blankets. Tonight my children’s memories are of books and snuggles at bedtime, an afternoon swimming with their grandparents, a morning of music and crafts at church. 1,079 more words

Musings

On the last train,Warsaw to Moscow,change Niegoreloje.1939

Elena,a baby wrapped in woollen clothes.
On the last train,Warsaw to Moscow,
[ change Niegoreloje.]
1939.Father,mother,brother
You passed through the Arctic Wastes of life.
Still as if travelling on a train… 182 more words

Thinkings And Poems

Philadelphus "Belle Étoile"

Deep down in the clay and soil
Where the worms and brethren toil
Roots of all my garden shrubs
Twine in their long lust and love. 112 more words

Thinkings And Poems

Antwerp School, The Lamentation of Christ, 01 Works, RELIGIOUS ART - Interpretation of the Bible!, With Footnotes - 97

Antwerp School, circa 1540

The Lamentation of Christ, circa 1540

Oil on panel

37 x 27 cm

Private collection

The Lamentation of Christ is a very common subject in Christian art from the High Middle Ages to the Baroque. 267 more words

Wants, Needs

Wants, Needs

My previous post seems to have struck a chord, judging by the number of retweets on Twitter. It also presents an opportunity to explore a perennial challenge of building things for other people: teasing out real needs from expressed wants. 1,362 more words

Organisational Effectiveness