Monthly Archives: January 2013

Paths and bricks

I foundĀ  a shortcut to Hampstead Heath one of the best places for a quiet walk in my area. Walking is my favourite pastime; I could trade almost any other pleasure for wandering through parks, woods or narrow streets. I … Continue reading

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The coloured swan

I normally don’t buy books at the time of their apparition. They’re way overpriced, some greedy entrepreneurs to be blamed, I think (not the authors, you know who you are) I’ll go with the confession a bit further: I very … Continue reading

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diary – 18012013

I’d rather watch Time Team the series that made archaeology more popular in the last years than the universities would have ever dream, than a good a movie or, God forbid, sport. This does not make me a nerd, not … Continue reading

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diary 13-1-13 a bit later

Disclaimer: I apologize to the very few people who are still receiving emails about my new postings, I don’t want to clog their email box with my ramblings so I won’t mind if they unsubscribe. I am saying this because … Continue reading

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diary 13-1-13

There are times when I think that the strong need for answers for big questions such as “Where do we come from?”, “What is the purpose of life?” or more precise “What is the purpose of MY life?” is rather … Continue reading

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09012013

  Danut draws my attention to a dialogue “between two extraordinary people of our time” respectively Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu. “God is not Christian” I read at some point. I only read about them, nothing by them. The advantage … Continue reading

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The quest for Jesus or “It’s not over ’till the fat lady sings”

  If pressed for a quick answer to the question “Are you Christian?” I usually don’t answer, or reply “I don’t know”, if asked by a friend worth bothering for. Yes, I could easily admit that I am interested in … Continue reading

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