Tag Archives: enlightenment

Brexit: Part 2 – Out of step

Nigel Farage is the former and currently default leader of the UK Independence Party who, as a British Member of the European Parliament (MEP), had for many years campaigned for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union (Brexit). His … Continue reading

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Winds that blow

(The second in a series of three articles focusing on aspects of contemporary religion) I recently tuned-in to an episode of the BBC Television programme “Sunday Morning Live – religious, moral and ethical questions”. I squirmed as I listened to … Continue reading

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Remembrance of things past

My favorite composer of classical music is Gustav Mahler. In my view, the music of Mahler, especially his symphonies, has a range of emotions and a depth of meaning possessed by no other composer. Mahler’s final completed symphony, the ninth, … Continue reading

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