Archive for the “Haiku for Every Occasion” category

Rereading Mere Christianity • C.S. Lewis

by Glenn on January 25, 2015

Some books are worth reading and re-reading. I thought I would go back to C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity at the start of this year.

Mahler 5 by Wyn Morris and the Symphonica of London

by Glenn on January 3, 2015

awkward tempos in an abundance of reverb this was very odd I was awake early, so I thought I would christen the New Year with a little Mahler. Two nights ago I found a “new to me” Mahler 5 by (…)

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by Glenn on August 19, 2014

think of balance as a verb rather than a noun striving, not a state I hear people say, and I’m sure I’ve said it, too, “I need to find balance.” I’ve come to believe that balance is not something we (…)

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City 2 City Coffee

by Glenn on August 7, 2014

coffee should taste like it comes from a certain place don’t mask the flavor the choice in roasting: release inherent flavor or burn and mask it “dark-roasting” the beans is a euphemism for burning the coffee These are some of (…)

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The Greatest Symphony … at least for me

by Glenn on August 6, 2014

This evening I listened to the Symphony No. 1 in A flat major by Sir Edward Elgar. I chose a live recording of the Hallé Orchestra conducted by Sir John Barbirolli on 24 July 1970. The symphony opens with an (…)

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Haiku from Sermon | 3 August 2014 | Bill Clem

by Glenn on August 3, 2014

haiku reflecting on the themes and statements in a message (3 August 2014) on Isaiah 52–53 by Bill Clem from the series The Story at Imago Dei Community, Portland, Oregon: i they aren’t cheerleaders the prophets show a straight line (…)

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