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SPIRITUALITY ~ in the ARTS


YIN YANG

We hear lots of talk about spirituality but what is it—really? Probably everyone has some definition—so here is mine just for me. Of course, it’s yours if you like it. Spirituality is that search for something I can rarely see. But somehow I’m convinced that a hint of something meaningful lies beneath, beyond or behind […]

TIME TRAVEL and the ARTFUL BOXERS


shadowMan

My head was pounding. I ached from top to toe. My eyes seemed out of synch with my ears. Had I been in a traffic accident? I took a breath and felt one hundred knives jab below my ribs. When images of boxers began dancing before me, only then did I realize I was lying […]

SALVADOR DALI and the DIVING SUIT


DALICLOK

  It is beyond me to explain. I can only describe. I might be standing before my easel or, as now, walking from the High Street Station in Kensington to a restaurant to meet Daphne. Suddenly, I am somewhere else. My senses might tell me I am floating as in a dream or it could […]

DR. JUNG ~ IN THE NOVELS


Dr. Carl Jung, Burgholzi Clinic, Timothy Findley, Pilgrim, Toronto, homosexuality, gay, Eatons, Robertson Davies, The Manticore, novels, writing, personages as characters in novels, psychotherapy, Jungian analysis

      I know of only one novel in which Dr. Jung is a character. If there are any others, please do let me know. PILGRIM is  a novel written by Timothy Findley, a Canadian author, who died in 2004. Findley first sought his professional home on the stage at the Stratford Festival in […]