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“Beware the barrenness of a busy life.”

-Socrates

Quote Monday

Socrates and the Crito

While Socrates left behind no work of his own and all that we know of him is via Plato, he is known as one of the most famous early philosophers of all time.   867 more words

Why I Blog

Rexis here!

Peeps, I’m at this horrible crossroads of a dilemma I’ve faced for so many years now. I’ve had this dream for so long of being published. 853 more words

Blog Posts

Are Christians Stoics?

“I cannot teach anybody anything. I can only make them think”
― Socrates

Ancient Corinth was a sophisticated city – a Roman colony with Greek roots. 336 more words

1 Corinthians

Daily Obstruction: Essential Ingredient

Essential Ingredient

There are certain lines of texts that are a key to unlocking the whole:  “And the student brought fuel for the fire to the master” – Upanishads; “The master gave a shout” – Zen koan collection; “Socrates had a way of playing with my hair” – Phaedo; “Mahakashyapa smiled and began to laugh” – The Flower Sutra.  23 more words

Daily Obstruction

Delphi and its Sacred Ways

I have a connection with Delphi going back to my Armidale Teachers College days.

Ancient Greece gave such a lot to the world, including architecture, philosophy and theatre. 694 more words

My Travel Journey