Archive for June, 2014

June 20, 2014

‘It is more difficult not to complain of injustice when poor than not to behave with arrogance when rich.'” Confucius (The Analects/ Lao translation.)


“The reward of the good man is to be allowed to worship in truth,” Kierkegaard (Purity of Heart/ Steere translation)

June 10, 2014

Mistle. Aigues-Mortes. Natron. Paphlagonia. Megafauna.Triptolemus:

When Triptolemus taught Lyncus, King of the Scythians, the arts of agriculture, Lyncus refused to teach it to his people and then tried to kill Triptolemus. Demeter turned him into a lynx. Triptolemus was equally associated with the bestowal of hope for the afterlife associated with the expansion of the Eleusinian Mysteries

diegesis, sortilege, tant pis, vatic, unonoctium, Mehitabel, concerto for piano and wind instruments, Romans 15, 1-3:

We then that are strong ought to bear the infirmities of the weak, and not to please ourselves. Let every one of us please his neighbour for his good to edification.

feeder cattle; Glanum Dam; Dara Dam; snow course; sacroiliac;