From let’s start a belgian revolution: Related poem: https://ralphiesportal.me/2011/10/28/oh-that-gory-glory/
I just finished reading “Inferno” by Dan Brown and in it he mentions this work by Liszt. I thought I’d have a listen and is was well and truly worth it. For those of you who have not heard it yet, here it is:
Aldous Huxley: Dalai Lama:
I never heard anything by the Buddha that did not make sense to me. From Spiritual Networks:
From Vrouwenhumor: Translation: ” I’ll take it you’re not in the mood tonight?”
From Eurekalert.org: Scientists create never-before-seen form of matter Harvard and MIT scientists are challenging the conventional wisdom about light, and they didn’t need to go to a galaxy far, far away to do it. Working with colleagues at the Harvard-MIT Center for Ultracold Atoms, a group led by Harvard Professor of Physics Mikhail Lukin and MIT Professor […]
Picture from The Gray Witches Grimoire. Did you say grey? As in turning away from extremes? As in less gaudy than gold? As in silvery perfection? As in wise beyond your years? As in matured to a marvel? As in just beautiful? I thought you did! And I agree.
Tom Waits live: Wasted and wounded And it ain’t what the moon did I got what I paid for now See you tomorrow Hey Frank can I borrow A couple of bucks from you To go waltzing Matilda waltzing Matilda You’ll go waltzing Matilda with me I’m an innocent victim of a blinded alley And […]
Or maybe we are? From Native American – Honoring our Ancestors, Culture & Spirituality:
From thinkquest.org: Norse mythology revolves around an ever green ash tree of prodigious dimensions, on which the universe is supported, Yggdrasil. It is the axis of the world, the mighty ash, the giver of life and immortality, though there is no myth which described the creation of Yggdrasil. Yggdrasil probably means Horse of Ygg, one […]
A languid druid song, written in dew drops on a spider’s dawny web, fills this valley with hope and tears of overflowing. Tendrils of a life vine, anchored in oak’s breast, connect these flighty seedlings, and drawn to fate’s old flame, they drown in glowing fog. Bourne on a spring sigh, the fused sparks settle […]
Liar, liar… – How big was that fish you caught? From The Laughter Ward:
I went to visit the Museum of fine Arts in Ghent yesterday. This was one of the paintings that caught my eye:
Someone, who is sorely tested, prays: “Lord, please send me patience!” The Lord answers: “When?“
From let’s start a belgian revolution:
As much as I love the native American spirit, I do not have to agree with everything they post on Facebook, or do I? Although who is ‘they’? My bad in generalising. My comment to this one was: “My heroes never killed anyone!” From Native American – Honoring our Ancestors, Culture & Spirituality:
Lovely poem. From Wiccan Fellowship For All Neopagans:
OMG from Aurore Lephilipponnat: Phew!
Bravissimo to them! From This Page Will Blow Your Mind:
From Spiritual Networks: – Nice one! –
My friend from the streets in Spain gave me permission to bring some of his music to your attention, which was filmed in Malaga, Spain a couple of years ago: From my brother Wolf
From Esoteric online: The timing of astral disembodiment in which the spirit leaves the body has been captured by Russian scientist Konstantin Korotkov, who photographed a person at the moment of his death with a bioelectrographic camera. The image taken using the gas discharge visualization method, an advanced technique of Kirlian photography shows in blue the […]
… Be gentle! From Sun Gazing:
From Гладить кошку:
“ATLAS” — in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Que es fuerte, Josep!
Yup, he’d know alright. From let’s start a belgian revolution:
For our Hebrew friends a Happy new Year!