Daily Archives: March 9, 2012

EuZicAsa Website Stats as of March 9 2012 – Eric Clapton: Someone Like You


EuZicAsa Stats of March 9 2012

EuZicAsa Stats of March 9 2012

I would like to thank one and all for visiting ans commenting on the posts, ideas and topics at Euzicasa. This is an example of the different places people visit from and the variety of things they like. I know how important your time is to you your families and circle of friends, out there in the real world: so even more, I do value your visit.

So again a heart-felt:  

Thank you very much, friends! Have a wonderful weekend, where ever this message may find you, and a blessed day under the same Sun, Moon and stars!
 


Quotation of the Day: Oscar Wilde – on individualism in art.


Art is the most intense mode of Individualism that the world has known.

Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) Discuss

 He also said:  “To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.”, “A true friend stabs you in the front.”, “The secret of life is in art.”, “One should either be a work of art, or wear a work of art.”,

and

so many other opinions, that are considered by us valuable quotations, part of collective wisdom and  mindfulness of humanity. While some of these quotations are better understood by context, some, like these ones are  standing alone, on a foundation much more solid than CONTEXT. (or so I think…)

Hambling, A Conversation with Oscar Wilde (199...

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St. Gregory of Nyssa


St. Gregory of Nyssa

Born around 330 CE in what is now Turkey, St. Gregory was a professor of rhetoric, a priest and bishop, and a defender of orthodoxy. He was prominent in the First Council of Constantinople and became a leading defender of the doctrine of the Holy Trinity. His most important theological writing was his Oratio catechetica, a classic outline of Orthodox theology, but a handful of his letters also survive. Which of St. Gregory’s relatives are also saints? More… Discuss

 

Icon depicting the First Council of Nicaea.

This Day In History: Edward R. Murrow’s See It Now Airs McCarthyism Episode (1954)


 

Truman's reply to McCarthy

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Edward R. Murrow’s See It Now Airs McCarthyism Episode (1954)

In the early 1950s, US Senator Joseph McCarthy persecuted scores of people he deemed subversive in a series of widely-publicized hearings that whipped the public into an anti-Communist frenzy. In 1954, journalist Edward R. Murrow produced an episode of his TV show See It Now that criticized the Red Scare and turned public opinion against McCarthy using the senator’s own words. Murrow later invited McCarthy to respond. What happened when the senator accepted? More… Discuss

‘Honey I’m @ Bolsa Cafe – Off Season’ (A “Let It Be” Postcard to Honey) (My photographic Memoirs)


'Honey I'm @ Bolsa Cafe - Off Season' (A Postcard to Honey) (My photographic Memoirs)

'Honey I'm @ Bolsa Cafe - Off Season' (A "Let It Be" Postcard to Honey) (My photographic Memoirs)

This stitched photo is a postcard addressed to Virtual Honey, she is out there in the virtual universe, awaiting news from …Bolsa Chica, where I spend my leisure time  riding my bicycle, revising the past, editing, copy-n-pasting then  pasting the present time into a future that seems infinite at this moment – right now… How long does it take until a digital image starts to weather under the digital sun, helped by the digimoisture to stain and fade…how long till mildew? “There will be an answer…Let it be!