Posts Tagged ‘Mediterranean’

 
  • Arriving at Ithaca

    כִּי תֵּצֵא בַּדֶּרֶךְ אֶל אִיתָקָה שְׁאַל כִּי תֶּאֱרַךְ דַּרְכְּךָ מְאֹד מְלֵאָה בְּהַרְפַּתְקָאוֹת, מְלֵאָה בְּדַעַת   When you set out for Ithaka ask that your way be long, Σα βγεις στον
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  • Euclid diagrams in Greece

    As I strolled in Kyoto Zen gardens during the summer of 2011, I found Euclid everywhere helping me anchor. It was tremendously hot and humid even for me coming from
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  • Alexandria remains

    Images of Alexandria Library are on my mind. Playing in the sand tray – visions emerge: a scribe and scrolls. Euclid in Greece sits next to another scribe, connected through
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  • View

    The Mediterranean views, land and sea, in art and literature – are a part of me; If I contemplate on them from above as of from a plane – they
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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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