you so much for sharing this article with us! I wholeheartedly agree with your
sentiments regarding National Geographic’s very sensasionalistic graphic
‘kill’ orientation. I will forward this further!
Anna & Maryna. Sophea Gallery & Tibetan Teahouse, " food for body & soul " e-mail: email@example.com
September 14, 2005
article which i support wholely.
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Built for the Kill is precisely the kind of TV programme I avoid as contaminating. Besides, I hate anything that reflects animal life as "brutal, nasty and short" or depicts cruelty or violence. Still, I can't claim to be going bugs about bugs - I tolerate ants as part of the domestic landscape; some people I know are constantly wanting to eradicate them as dirty (which they are not), like spiders which keep away flies and other flying insects. I found a huge beetle outside my office that had died and been sundried, and I sent it to my granddaughter in the US and she and all the kids at her preschool went nuts over it, so I suppose we should never lose our child-like awe of Nature. But there is a great social and cultural pressure among humans to be 'grown-up' - even teenagers can't wait to be 'grown-up' - and, hell, what a forking waste of time that is - it is like excising part of one's mental capacity in order apparently to be able to think rationally. And we all know where that has recently taken us - into the depths of suicide bombers who only want to be commemorated with their photo as an honourable comrade among others in an Islamic fundamentalist rag sheet! What ambition!
exciting novelist i have recently discovered is Haruki Murakami. You might
enjoy his latest novel, Kafka on the Shore.
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Thanks for this info. I found an interesting exhibition with her work. Adam Mclean
have you explored www.kheper.net
just wondered if you could put a link to my art work on your galleries section -
nice art and well made site. Tony van der Veen
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April 19, 2004
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not, it's worth adding to your list. Michael
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hi sam, hope life is generous with you and all is at the best.
thanks for sending me your precious works which I always memorize in a dedicated
lots of love marcella, Turin, Italy.
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outer and the inner are one thing,
one duration...one fruit. "
Selected Writings, Jolande Jacobi. ed. (Princeton: Princeton University Press,
Subject: from the white of my life
family was also respectful of spiders: Mary Berners-Lee hung cotton threads down
into the bath tub so fallen spiders could scale the smooth sides."
American, December 1997, Vol. 227 No.6. p.21.
In response to: "The work of Hans Jenny, a Swiss scientist, still deserves wider attention." Alice A. Howell writes:
While sitting at your desk, lift your right foot off the floor and make
Now, while doing this, draw the number "6" in the air with your right
Your foot will change direction and there's nothing you can do about it.
Sent in by Manton Hirst, Stutterheim, S.A.
Adi Cloete, our friend in Cape Town, who won a Commonwealth Busary to study jewelry in India sent a fascinating letter perfumed with the flavours of India - here is a sample:
at the institute i am busy doing a project with a class of students, that involves beading. the project is to make a bracelet, combining beading and kundan( traditional indian style of setting) : and the theme of inspiration is oriental.... combination of 3 different cultural inspirations! the students love the beading ! and have started to do their own explorations, coming up with some rather fun ideas! also gives me a bit of a chance to get to know some of them better. and i now have invitations to visit just about all over india: i must just say when, cause this one has family in this city, and that one has friends there.... somehow i have a feeling( and a big hope!!!) that this is not my last visit to this wonderful country!we also had a demo from a kardigar( hindi for craftsman) , showing us how to do a kundan setting. quite a process! layers gold foil is gently rubbed around the stone, again and again, and yet again till stone is set! very old technique. very time consuming and patient process!have ordered my own set of tools to do this, maybe in future....
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Thanks For The info Victoria Finlay, Colour. As usual it is always spot on. Best Regards. Don Searll
02 December 2004
seems that i don't take the time to read your mails, so please delete me from
your list .
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