Tag Archives: Spirituality

Maturing or Prospering..perspectives

Pulitzer Prize– winning author Alexander Solzhenitsyn spent eight years in prison during the Soviet era for criticizing Joseph Stalin. He went into prison an atheist and came out a person of faith . The experience didn’t leave him bitter. It … Continue reading

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A 200 year old work table

The work table also had a more personal purpose , as in this example which is fitted with an adjustable writing board. It is a reminder of the lost art of personal writing where, through letters, diaries and journals, women contributed greatly to the preservation of memories of the past Continue reading

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Year End Diary-2013-Visibility

The world is profane and sacred. It must be swallowed whole. There is always more to be known about it than you can ever know. Margaret Atwood in her introduction to Alice Munro’s Best: Selected Stories Alice Munro-Nobel Literature Winner-2013 … Continue reading

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Tree Lightings-Remembering George Eliot

  Religion was to her, however, a purely subjective experience; it gave her a larger realization of the wants of humanity, it revealed to her the true nature of feeling.                                                               Cooke, George Willis (2012-12-18).                           George Eliot; a … Continue reading

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Father’s day Walk

A walk in Kariya-Park, Mississauga, Greater Toronto Area, Ontario, Canada-July 2012 Walking, exploring the nuances and colors of life, has been a family tradition As I remember my father, I recall the many walks we had together Remembering my father, … Continue reading

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Niagara Walk

The Niagara park area had less visitors in winter, than in the peak summer season. This gave us some time to reflect on the persons who were instrumental in making this area into its present form. We found different ways … Continue reading

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Exploring Music

As we go through the book “How to Think life Leonardo Da Vinci” and come to section appreciating music set us to listen to some classical music and some famous scores of Western Jazz and Indian movies. In his book … Continue reading

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