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I know I haven’t posted in 2 weeks, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been listening to new music, I just haven’t been writing about it. 204 more words

Vienna Austria Part 3: Ephesus, the Secession, Sacher Torte,

It has been 148 days of travel.  So overwhelmed by Vienna’s art-packed core (last Monday’s post), we tacked on another day and return to the Kunsthistorisches Museum. 441 more words

Périple: what Greece looks like

« Périple » comes from the greek  “to navigate”, “to voyage”. And this is what you do when you get in the 115, rue Froissart. Many times my eye was caught by this shopwindow, where hundreds of coloured objects live together. 343 more words


Brussels in Europe in Brussels

Every day I wqlk through the European quarter of Brussels. last week I stopped and took some pictures on the way to work!



Academic writing is "over-equivocated"

Writer Rebecca Schuman makes an interesting point in a defense of her writing style:

Readers can sense hedging, equivocation and cowardice from 10 miles away, and they don’t like it.

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The Ecumenical Project of Europe

“We are called to bethink ourselves of the Christian basics of Europe by forming a democratic model of governance which through reconciliation develops into a ‘community of peoples’ in freedom, equality, solidarity and peace and which is deeply rooted in Christian basic values.” — Robert Schuman…

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Theological Reflection