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"Reading Between The Lines" Church

This church in Belgium is rather cool, from an architectural point of view. Titled “Reading Between the Lines“, the church looks entirely different dependant on which angle you view it from. 75 more words


Lawsuit Claims Twitter Eavesdrops On Direct Messages

When you send a direct message on Twitter, you might imagine it zipping straight from your account to its intended recipient, arriving exactly how you wrote it, untouched and unchanged. 343 more words

I can't hide my true feelings

What I don’t speak in words I show with facial expressions haha!

I use my face to express a lot of my expressions and thoughts. This face showed up when one of my friend was talking about a person with questionable actions. 60 more words

Everyday Life


Belgian architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh call their collective firm Gijs Van Vaerenbergh and have completed many projects. Reading Between the Lines is a series of churches the have built more as sculpture than specific places to worship.

Art And Design

Reclaiming Darkness


Forgive me readers for posting this extra post just before I add my struggles with this week’s readings. It was in my head and I thought I would get it out. 1,428 more words


My review of Arthur Melzer's new Straussian book on esotericism

Here is a pre-publication version of my review of Arthur Melzer’s Philosophy Between the Lines: The Lost History of Esoteric Writing (Chicago, 2014).

Melzer’s book is the best defence of Straussian esoteric interpretation yet written. 166 more words