(this post may be updated) The 200th anniversary of Fyodor Dostoevsky’s birthday is approaching (Nov 11.). I’ve just started going through one of his “Notes”.. “Iniquity” is a biblical concept, and Dostoevsky defined it quite well here: “Despite all conceivable points of view, everyone agrees that there are such crimes, which always and everywhere, according […]Read More Fyodor Dostoevsky
A “way out” is something you may dream about. Not so few people have done so. One who did this was probably Bob Dylan, which is expressed through one of his songs. The text is not hard to find on the web: “..Businessmen, they drink my wine, plowmen dig my earth, None of them along the […]Read More The joker and the thief.
Be careful every morning long before you wake trillions of words of concern and of sorrows was already brought far and wide . “It is true. We have nothing to hide” To describe the reality of ours –Read More Be careful
Isn’t it “Pilate’s dream”? – – – – – – – Pilate could well have had such a dream, or his wife – Matthew 27:18 – 19Read More The most biblical song in Lloyd-Webber/Rice’s “Jesus Christ Superstar”?
Paul Simon, who wrote “Sound of Silence”, a poem and a song – more or less an apocalyptic vision – had it contain this line: “The words of the prophets are written on the subway walls..”. Is it possible to see the words of the prophets right there on the walls in the subway? I […]Read More The words of the prophets on the subway walls?