Altars, Shrines and Christian Symbology

altars shrines Christian symbology

I am sure that, no matter what your Faith in God may be, at some stage you came across Christian altars or shrines and asked yourself what is their symbology.

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A Poem You Can Read in English and Afrikaans

A poem you can readin English and Afrikaans

Seen sometimes as barriers, languages are the tools we use to communicate and understand each other or the information at hand, such as this poem we can read in both English and Afrikaans.

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Rafik’s Journey in Silent Heroes. An Afghan Village

Welcome to Rafik’s journey. The youngest character in Silent Heroes, Rafik travels from his Afghan village of Nauzad all around Afghanistan. It isn’t a journey made by choice, but out of necessity and bravery.

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Autumnal Sepia and a Letter from a Squid

Autumn Sepia @PatFurstenberg

Autumnal Sepia and a Letter from a Squid are my thoughts on subdues autumnal colors.

When I think of sepia, first to come to mind are treasured family mementos on small squares of glossy paper with laced edges, or the 1930’s “pearl” colored MGM movies.
Yet sepia is also one of Autumn’s gifts.

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Haiku-San, Ocean Haiku

Haiku-San, Ocean, a Sunday Haiku

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