Monthly Archives: May 2009

“The Village” – a film recommendation

“The man who fears suffering is already suffering from what he fears.” – Michel de Montaigne Last night I viewed the 2004 film “The Village” (directed by M. Night Shyamalan, and starring, among others, Joaquin Phoenix, Sigourney Weaver, and William … Read more

The Alamo

Americans like to remember. But to merely remember any event or death is not in itself honoring it; to honor requires a respect and regard which, if present, would manifest itself in upholding the principles for which said honor is … Read more

The Colorado Mountains in Springtime (photos) & The Music of Italy

This beautiful day began with the music of Italy, recordings from Italy with some from live performances at traditional dances and festivals there. Needless to say, I’m in a fine mood, joyful and happy, and serene. Temperatures in the mid-70’s … Read more

Jesus’ Mother and Ours

A Mother’s Day message for all, but especially for those whose loving mother is no longer with them on earth, and those whom never had a loving relationship with their biological mother. For just as a loving mother will always … Read more

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