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Men in tights: Christopher Logue and the sense of History

Sometimes, bits you happen to read slide into each other and coalesce as a question. In this case, if it doesn’t sound too pompous, the question is of poetry, history, reality and “commitment”, the focus being the early work of… 1,831 more words

Poetry

We Were The Eightsome Who Made The Night Real As We Wore Our True Colours With Style.

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Featured Picture Our Featured Writer Peter Russell

As I look forward to this month’s Words and Music it’s time to reflect on the events of September and though it was another small attendance and we had no featured musician for the first time since making the Tin Hut our home it was an enjoyable night as we welcomed old friends and new to our new surroundings. 2,064 more words

Poetry

A Conscious Cosmos by Peter Russell


We all know that we are aware. We couldn’t have an experience without being aware. But, despite appearances, we never experience the world directly – only the brain’s reconstruction of what is “out there.” We live in a virtual reality created by the brain. 96 more words

Spirituality

Why won’t the Liberals act on Harper’s overreach on appointments? Baar and Russell

Valid points by Carl Baar and Peter Russell (a former and excellent professor of mine):

One of the lingering excesses of the Stephen Harper government has remained largely unaddressed: awarding appointments for positions that would not be vacant until after the Oct.

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Government