Galway, “The Bear”
Galway, “The Bear”
As a Lebanese descendant whose family has assimilated Portuguese customs and become completely isolated from Lebanese culture in just two generations, I have been wanting for some time now to travel to Lebanon, to get to know first hand the country and culture of my other ancestors.
It probably sounds stupid that I’m missing a place I’ve never even been to… on to the Carlos Paredes film now.
(courtesy Christina Feldman)
a red silk thread to get me to the heart
of my creation and then back out,
across the loom, to whatever life was waiting.
And when you found the little red pathway,
buried between warp and woof, you were sure
you’d found a flaw. Please remember what happens
when there’s no exit. Years of breathing
wool dust, reeking of lanolin, staring into coils
of green yarn and blue—you go dumb.
You’ve heard the story a thousand times—
that trapped fox, whining and snuffling
then biting her paw
through the bone, and running off into the night.
The mind wants this: a door in the wall,
an open field, a narrow path
through the woods, an open field”
For a free Mediterranean meal, come today Sunday the 17th between 12n & 4pm to Ali Baba Cafe 1464 Madera Road (Alhumdulliah!), or later that same day Sunday 4:30-5:30pm, dine with Simi Covenant Church, at The Samaritan Center 280 Royal Ave
Today the 16th, Saturday at 5pm come dine for free with United Methodist at 2394 Erringer Rd
-artist unknown, sourced via Kurumoji Anandrao: thank you.
Ahungered for a cozy free meal, inside or as take-out? Join us today Friday the 15th at 5:30pm with Knights of Columbus 1255 Patricia Avenue
Siva, meditating humanity into being
[sourced via Sri Raghav Chugh; thank you ]
Join us this Thursday the 14th @ 5-6pm with St. Rose of Lima at Knights of Columbus 1255 Patricia Avenue, or if east Cochran is closer, come to Shepherd of the Valley's Still Waters Cafe, 4191 Cochran St from 5-630pm
Boz Scaggs- Lowdown
J. Touchemoulin: Concerto for flute, 2 violins, viola & b.c. in A major / Les Inventions (par PerleBarocche)
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