Monthly Archives: August 2008

Sorting out things-Family of Man

This Friday, 22.8 (holiday in Libya) I spent sorting out old photographs, papers, diaries and memorabilia, in anticipation of traveling in the coming week. One more year in Libya is over. I first came here in 2003 to try it … Continue reading

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Walkers at Lullanagar

  One Dr.Grant, a cardiologist had a house on top of a hill in Lullanagar. He would go for a run in the morning and evening with his dogs. He was most probably in his late fifties at that time. … Continue reading

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Flowers for all occasions

Flowers are described as a symbol for supramental invocation. They are nature’s best communicators.A flower for every occasion.    In birth. In death. In marriage.In celebration.   The first flowers I remember are the small white flowers on the hills … Continue reading

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Some notes on Aesthetics

When we examine the different expressions of ourselves and the other
members in the project on aesthetics, it will help expand our knowledge and reflect
on our own positions.The delicacy of taste is not merely ‘the ability to detect all the ingredients in a composition’, but also our sensitivity ‘ to pains as well as pleasures’, which escape the rest of mankind.

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