The Passion, the events surrounding the crucifixion, are a major event on the Catholic calendar and Malta, like other countries, gives the event fitting accord.
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The rotunda at Mosta with its classical facade almost seduces you into thinking that the inside of the church will be a quite victorian style church but walk through the door and the tsunami of color and images can be overwhelming. The depictions, the mass of colors, the paintings, the statues, the gold decor and the altar make it hard to know where to start. Try to take it all in and you could drown in overwhelm.
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The sweeping vista of Grand Harbour and the surrounding ramparts are what first comes to mind when we think of Valletta but walk the narrow side streets of the city and you’ll find a rich tapestry of the quaint and the unusual.
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The year is 1876 and you have been charged with conducting due diligence for a group of investors who are considering purchasing “The Bullion Lode”. Continue reading “Going to Bodie” »
(With Acknowledgement To Zoe)
How do we experience time?
Hiking through a wood I’m struck by how we live life, dreaming of the future, reflecting on the past or being consumed with the moment.
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How I learnt about English civics and wondered about free will.
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In which we find that crimes endure but punishments change.
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The Chill of the building tells you about the discomfort prisoners must have felt.
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A visit to Bodmin Jail prompts me to wonder about “Free Choice”.
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