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Simultaneously unique and expendable

I read in a biography of some artists that many of them burnt their manuscripts or paintings in the advent of their lives or in some fit of anger or despair. 334 more words

Life In Faith And Faith In Life

Uniqueness and truth

One of the reasons why I am a Christian is that I see egoism as the root of any sin and evil behaviour. I do not know what is good and what is evil, I now even think that the dichotomy of good and evil does not exist at all, or at least agnostically is not distinguishable. 282 more words

Life In Faith And Faith In Life

Fairground Desserts at Menagerie, Manchester

My friend and I recently tried out Salford’s latest trendy addition to the late night bar scene, Menagerie. On the outskirts of Spinningfields, on New Bailey Street, Menagerie opened in the Summer to much fanfare and promised an interactive and decadent visit. 185 more words


Walking the Beaches -On tiptoe.... and trapped

So slightly nervous, we struck out down the grassy track leading to this mysterious building.  As we got closer we realised it was a house, very much lived in.  741 more words



One of my friends is reading one of my favorite books for the first time.  She texted me this morning to say she really likes it, but it feels so close and personal and it makes her want to cry (paraphrased).   266 more words

What I Know & Believe

Is economic contribution everything?

menagerie institution may want people to rob them of their individuality by giving them number, symbols etc. Schools should teach us to recognize good from evil, to try to analyze things and not do the first thing which is usually wrong. 183 more words

Life In Faith And Faith In Life

I wrote this 5 years ago, for a dear woman who is always in my thoughts. Take care Berri.
My bookings are full. The beds have been aired, fresh linen, clean windows.

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