What I ought to have bought was a mobility cart and a year’s pass to the Bingo Hall. What I … More
Month: March 2019
Vierne: Messe Solennelle
Rarely have I felt such intensity as when singing Vierne’s Messe Solennelle with Fulham Camerata last Saturday.
Peace at Last
Very occasionally one gets a glimpse of peace and today was one of those all too rare days.
There Comes a Time
I was contemplating meditation at the Wat Buddhapadipa in London and revisiting the basics of Buddhism this morning,
Processed for the Slaughterhouse.
In the featured image, Leni Riefenstahl and a camera crew stand in front of Hitler’s car during the 1934 rally … More
I have always been faintly amused by the idea of earnest Christian converts sliding down a giant birth canal into … More
Beautiful Place, Beautiful People?
No, it didn’t quite work out like that, it never does. However Arcadian the setting, we humans will wreck it … More
An Allegory of Man 1596
The painting warns the viewer of the soul’s vulnerability to the vanities of the world. It strikes me as a … More
William West, 1st Lord Delawarr
The somewhat brutal face and the arrogant pose of William West, 1st Lord Delawarr, reassures us that human nature has … More