When Solon, one of the seven sages of the ancient Greece, visited Egypt to obtain some knowledge from this fabulous civilization, the high priest laughed as he said to him that Greeks were like children - they were looking, but could not see; they would hear, but could not understand. I once met a man … Continue reading Chasing the Wind
Man does not live by bread alone.
There might be few saints walking this Earth who have never lied, but I have not met any. Yet. And I am not saying that I have not met any holy men - we a have a bunch of them in our government.. We all have told a lie or two either where we deemed … Continue reading On a White Lie
Over the last few centuries, we have grown used to the idea of the western civilization being both unsurpassed and unsurpassable.
To travel in time, you need to use your anchors. That is all.
If you have ever wondered why there are so often two expressions for the same thing in English, the answer is 1066.
Our current understanding of years count and thus history is one of the things which we accept as the matter-of-fact and do not question it. But aren't we missing out on something important here?
There are many ways to relax and find some inner peace. Walking in the green might be a good choice for most of us.
When you cannot walk around without looking at your mobile phone, you know you are young!