Posts Tagged ‘Hebrew’

 
  • Borrowed scenery 借景

    Borrowed scenery is an interesting Japanese concept of relating to a public space as yours to share and enjoy. If a person sees a green mountain or hill from his home, he
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  • Taming the Ox and Avraham Ofek

    The year of the ox, 2010, was celebrated by a a weekend seminar with my calligraphy group near Caesarea beach. We learned the ancient Chinese story Taming the Ox. As we practiced the
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  • Lists as Backbone of early writing

    “……..in the very first phase of writing’s development, were lexical texts, word lists containing terms … names of metal objects, ceramic vessels, textiles, cities, trees, plants, cattle, swine, birds, fish,
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  • BE MY GUEST – Makiko Sakurai

    BE MY GUEST is a venue for others to share their art; I assemble between creators in my sitting room.  Linear time and  locality are not relevant.   Makiko Sakurai,
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