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Little Painting No. 3

Our front porch is a window that faces the outside world. We often eat there in the spring and say “Kalimera” to our neighbours when they pass by. We have big pots where we grow bell peppers, geraniums, and cacti … Continue reading

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Little Painting No. 2

Our terrace is my personal paradise with its wrap-around bougainvillea that isolates us from the rest of the world. The faded stripes of the sofa coverings remind me of passing time. The pallet table is on wheels and moves when … Continue reading

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Nietzsche’s Soap

I’m afraid. I fear that my children, already grown, will have a difficult future due to the greed of others as well as to the irresponsible indifference of the masses. Because the world population increases as natural resources decrease. It doesn’t … Continue reading

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Resuscitate Your Soap

For bathing I like nice bars of soap made from olive oil and aloe. But lathering up my body wears them out and the bars quickly turn into slivers that jump out of my hand when wet.  That’s why I … Continue reading

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Surrogates of Beauty

My diary research led me to Marion Milner’s  A Life of One’s Own. In the past, I’ve used a diary as a means of letting out negative tension.  But not Marion.  She focused on writing when she was happy because … Continue reading

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