the writing tones

and then the solar kitten said: me can write only with tones of tea and food and sweet things. and i thought – what tones do i write with? i write with tones of dusk, and coffee with cinnamon and ginger, and vodka, and roast meat. and then there are days when i write with […]

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mistakes un-correctable

’tis autumn. the joys and sorrows of summer slowly pass into oblivion. my head full of handel’s concertos, i stand in the wind among debri of leaves and raindrops. time to remember, time to forget. and suddenly i am aware again, of what it is i remember. and what i forget. i remember books. addresses- […]

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the grey outside is overwhelming. and yet – the imported culture around us seems to proceed at its own pace, through its own seasons, to its own impenetrable end. there is no advent in the consumer vocabulary, no waiting, no end, no celebration of the completion – neither fast nor feast. the consumer society, ever […]

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the leaves fall from trees with a faint noise. the change of season is imminent. the crisp sun-pierced air transcends this world. when the seasons change and the sun illuminates the frost-bitten world, it is time to think of this god-entity has created it all, put all things in order, promised to renew life again […]

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neither spiritual, nor secular life exist. separately. there is only one life- your life, integrated, single, your own. once. yet there are two deaths- that of the body, and that which comes thereafter. the one victorious, will not be touched by the second death. those integrated with/in christ are victorious. Posted by Wordmobi

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of lakes and geese

was reading a post by one entropy(n) about scales and relativity of size and importance. and then i thought – no, not of old albert and relativity, which was certainly not absent from my thought – i actually contemplated variance and difference of purpose, and whether and how it is connected to memory and perception. […]

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