Monthly Archives: June 2016

BY ALL THAT’S HOLY, WHAT’S NOT TO LOVE ABOUT THE END OF OIL. – a brief post to keep an eye on truth & beauty after Black Thursday 23rd June 2016

“Launching a ship was a most important social event in these seaside towns, to which everyone looked forward with great excitement. It was considered by everybody to be an unofficial public holiday. The headmaster recorded many times in the school … Continue reading

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A fiddle and a cello weave in counterpoint. The fiddle sings of a redemptive future, while the cello evokes a scenic past. The song of the present is obscured by headphones. Both voices speak of the future – the one … Continue reading

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