Category Archives: COVID19 Lockdown notes

Father’s day walks-2020

“Try not to become men of success. Rather, become men of value.” —ALBERT EINSTEIN Back of very life there are principles that have fashioned it- George Lorimer                                     *** Going for walks, being part of museum societies and professional groups … Continue reading

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NURTURING -Lessons my aunt taught me

FOOD FOR THOUGHT- Has anyone nurtured you? Put ‘learning nurturing’ on your list of exercises to see what lessons and teachers Life brings … On reading this exercise in a workbook- I remembered my aunt, my mother’s younger sister. When … Continue reading

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Art to Art- Notes-COVID19 musings

So, Michelangelo’s Last Judgment is a first-hand derivation from the narrative present in the Bible, the written document on the history of Christ, known by every Christian. Yet, its unique intoxicating potency lies in the tactility that a historian can … Continue reading

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