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You Are Not King David!


The Biblical David is a favorite for many people.  And who can blame them?  He is courageous, handsome, intelligent, charismatic, and eventually, powerful and rich.  Most men want to be him and most women want to be married to him. 607 more words


Paper Cuts

Paper artist Elsa Mora has a large portfolio of intricate and wonderful cut paper works that she has done on commission and for exhibition. She has created many book covers. 54 more words

Art And Design

Happy Labor Day (But What's It Really All About?)

I’m all for a day off of work (and paid one at that), but it’s nice to know exactly why millions Americans get a paid holiday, so here are the facts on Labor Day: 124 more words


Restavek Freedom

They sang songs about change.
They sang songs about a new vision for Haiti.
They sang songs about compassion and freedom and liberty.
They sang songs about children who live like a child never should have to live. 648 more words

LIfe In Haiti

On Cultural Lies

Daniel Quinn makes a good point at the beginning of “Ishmael”: what if everything considered fact in our culture is false? What if we, as a culture, talked ourselves into a lie—and then forgot what we told ourselves? 590 more words


Nash Exhibition, RWA Bristol

Bristol, Saturday 30 August

Went to see the Nash (Paul and John) at the RWA Bristol.

It was interesting to see the two hanging together.  Some of the old favourites were there – I’d never seen JN’s ‘Cornfield’ in the flesh before – the texture in the paint of the field is great, like corn moving in the wind – and I’d read about, but not seen, PN’s ‘Archer’. 86 more words

Modernism And The Rest