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Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown

Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown: Green-Fingered Genius of the 18th Century

A previous blog post pondered on the different ways it is possible to improve ones creativity. The choice differed from one person to another, although a preference for exercise or walking would appear to be high on the list. 582 more words

Exhibitions & Reviews

Walker Percy Wednesday 82

Then they sat in their house at Pass Christian, put a bottle of whiskey between them, felt a surge of happiness, were able to speak frankly and cheerfully to each other, laugh and joke, drink, even make love. 405 more words

Philosophical Literature

Review: Song of the Sparrow - Lisa Ann Sandell

The legend of King Arthur and his knights has had a profound impact on English literature. From Sir Thomas Malory’s Le Morte d’Arthur (1485) , … 659 more words


This Treasured Horde - National Poetry Month - Day 24

“For today’s prompt, write a poem in which something is lost and then regained. Maybe a relationship is lost and then regained, or a special keepsake. 75 more words


Walker Percy Wednesday 81

During the last months I found that I could be moderately happy if I simultaneously (1) drank, (2) read Raymond Chandler, and (3) listened to Beethoven. 377 more words

Philosophical Literature

A Lively Afternoon

Perhaps it was due to the fact that it had rained all week and everyone was happy that there was finally some sunshine again on Saturday, but it was a busy afternoon at Tamar Park! 434 more words


Walker Percy Wednesday 80

You should be interested! Such a quest serves God’s cause! How? Because the Good proves nothing. When everyone is wonderful, nobody bothers with God. If you had ten thousand Albert Schweitzers giving their lives for their fellow men, do you think anyone would have a second thought about God? 617 more words

Philosophical Literature