Category Archives: art

The Liberal As The Outsider

One of my favorite stories from ancient India is the tale of the Owls and the Crows as narrated by pundit Vishnu Sharma in the Panchatantra. According to the common narration, the owls and crows were at war with one … Continue reading

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The War On Art

There was a time not so long ago when art was associated with beauty. Today, however, most people ‘don’t get art’. How did it come to this? How is it that even regular folk were once stirred by the beauty … Continue reading

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Western Civilization in motion

The entire preoccupation of the physicist is with things that contain within themselves a principle of movement and rest. And to seek for this is to seek for the second kind of principle, that from which comes the beginning of … Continue reading

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The Storm

Chopin’s 24th prelude is one of my favourite piano compositions, brief, but packed with powerful and gripping emotion. Like most of his other works Chopin did not name his preludes and prelude 24 was christened “The storm” by Hans Bulow. … Continue reading

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The Christian character of classical music

This post is best enjoyed either with Chopin’s first ballade, Liszt’s Les Preludes, or Beethoven’s Ode to Joy  playing in the background. “My father was a musician by the grace of God” spake the mighty Johann Strauss in 1887, and … Continue reading

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The art of mundane

It was a slow day at the office and I had more time on hand than usual. That is why I decided to construct this: a simple structure made of stapler pins. What is it? Nothing in particular. Or rather … Continue reading

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Celebrating the written word

I enjoy writing, at least the physical sensation of gliding my pen over paper. The joy of writing is the most sublime bliss in the universe, both sensual and spiritual. It is not, thankfully, a passive bliss. Writing mindfully is … Continue reading

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