Monthly Archives: November 2011

In Remembrance

“Why, it’s old Fezziwig! Bless his heart; it’s Fezziwig alive again!” – from A Christmas Carol I’ ve now become old enough (how did it happen?) to bore my children with “when I was young” or “when I was your … Continue reading

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Yet Death Cannot Our Hearts Divide

And the LORD came down to see the city and the tower, which the children of men builded. And the LORD said, Behold, the people is one, and they have all one language; and this they begin to do: and … Continue reading

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The Homing Instinct

I am dreaming of the mountains of my home, Of the mountains where in childhood I would roam. I have dwelt ‘neath summer skies, Where the summer never dies, But my heart is in the mountains of my home. I … Continue reading

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The European Vision: Sources of Hostility

“It is sufficient,” said the Disinherited Knight. “Half the sum my present necessities compel me to accept; of the remaining half, distribute one moiety among yourselves, sir squires, and divide the other half betwixt the heralds and the pursuivants, and … Continue reading

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