Tag Archives: Meditation

Poems and thoughts in times of war

Compiled between January and April The poetBlessed are the words for the words are makersBlessed is the music for the music is the soul of GodBlessed are our songs, our poems,Our sighs, our cries, our murmurs, Our lullabies, our prayers, our … Continue reading

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Some diverse thoughts and reflections inspired by the Syrian Revolution

Sensibilities The only thing that brute force and armed tyranny cannot defeat is the intellect and the soul. Even if they kill and destroy many of us the word will live, the thought will live, the creative energy of the Revolution will … Continue reading

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Never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee and for Syria

This morning my sorrow for Syria can only be assuaged by the great English poet and writer John Donne. I am choosing the following extracts from his Meditation: Alisar Iram

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