There was pleasure wearing leather, but not so holy now our holy cow. Paradoxical are our environmental concerns when it comes to ultimate questions of leisure. Imagine a holy cow allowed to be holy, how radiant it would be, like a saint. There will be closure when we see treasure, not eat it. I believe […]
Once upon a time, 10,000 birds were perched in the branches of the glorious Troodos pines. Not just birds of a feather, but birds of all sorts of feathers, shapes, colors, and illumination. It was nearly dawn, so they could rest for a little while longer until the sun came up, and the seeds in […]
For the two Christmas weeks nightly I lit a large candle brightly and safely so as to bring the holy light into my home and into my heart. I am not sure if it worked or not but I am more joyful. I’d like to carry that lit wick till the end of the year, […]
My word for the year is power. I choose one every year; it has never been power so I am hopeful for a new change. Hope it is a good one for all of us!
Gian Lorenzo Bernini, an artistic genius, created a dove in the place of the Holy Spirit in the apse of Saint Peter’s basilica which ought to be preceded with a warning as looking at it is like being skinned. How a bird feels.
little bird perched on my palm suddenly: all i now know is claws and a song from it to me: small murderous part of me, go away, in any form. pluck for it instead from the red Cypriot soil a worm. Mother? Nature. Father and child. pluck for it instead from the red Cypriot soil […]
Cyprus is full of stray cats. This time of year is all about screaming cats and cats in heat and psycho cats and you do not want to mess with these cats. Not even Life Is Better With Betty, my dog, deigns. There’s a story that says that when Saint Helena reached Cyprus many centuries […]