Dear friends, there is a tale, One windy morning, two little girls were picking mushrooms. Since they spent all morning filling their baskets, they dec…
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The world’s slow move from dialogue to media, and how it changed us
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Dear friends, There is a tale: On certain lucid mornings, before even farmers awaken, the fairies emerge from the edge of the forest. On the sloping hi…
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We are in the dark corner of the pub together. We have been here for some time. Out of my coat I produce a pile of old photographs. Something to show y…
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Dear friends, have you ever wondered how the Christmas tree came to be? A little tale: When Jesus was born, excitement animated every living thing. For…
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“Men did not love Rome because she was great. She was great because they had loved her.”— G.K. Chesterton Dear friends, A short story: The princess kis…
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Dear friends, there is a tale: Once a country priest was so rude that when riding his horse on the narrow road, he would shout at passer-bys coming his…
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“The rain it raineth on the just And also on the unjust fella; But chiefly on the just, because The unjust hath the just’s umbrella.”― Charles Bowen De…
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Dear friends, I am a provincial person. I have lived in New Hampshire for almost my whole life, a few thousand feet from the hospital where I was born.…
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Dear friends, Since my baby (Luca Marin — light of the sea) was born I have been tossed ashore of any schedule. Drunk with love, time slips away. Lost …
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Once there was a youth named Peter, who had heard the tale of a secret land, the land where no one dies. He repeated this story to his family, but all …
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What the Rationalistic World Forgot. the stupor of rationality • stories, building intuition • alchemy, building process • religion, building wonder
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