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Who Can See?

“…Who today has the nostalgia of Good which is the air given off by spiritual life when that life is Beauty (RA 12/3) ?  Hardly anyone.  211 more words

Experiencing and Exercising God’s Mercy and Justice

In Matthew’s gospel, Peter asked Jesus: “Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother who sins against me? Up to seven times?” Jesus answered, “I tell you, not just seven times, but seventy-seven times!” Next, Jesus narrated the parable of The Unforgiving Servant (Matt 18:21-35). 1,629 more words


'Penitence' Is A Bold And Courageous Mingling Of Horror and Despair

Edgar Allan Poe said that “the death of a beautiful woman is unquestionably the most poetical topic in the world.” Many genre filmmakers would most likely agree with this statement, as sex, beauty, and death have been united onscreen ever since cinematic horror began. 567 more words

The Water Works

It’s been a long time since I’ve posted. I kind of lost steam and for some reason lowered the priority of this blog amongst the many other projects in my life. 609 more words


The Press and The Revelation of Arès

A reply by Michel Potay to comments touching on the media, journalism in particular, and the absence therein of The Revelation of Arès, translated by djd. 2,069 more words

Some Effort Required

Today was cassis picking day (black currants).  After a while, “people in my head” were saying why do you do this, this is a pain.  I told them yeah, but it’s free food and very good for your health.  438 more words

Psalm 86, Solstice

There’s no hint of it in the text of Psalm 86 but the Lectionary occasionally (Year A) trots this song out at around the time of the solstice. 768 more words