Memory Work


Arts and entertainment have a pivotal role to play in today's social cohesion. Just like the playwright William Shakespeare and the poet Keats. Highly inspirational, imaginative not just artistic.

On And Between The Covers: The New York Antiquarian Book Fair:
With the dominion of the physical book becoming more scarce, the value of the rare book seems to be increasing. This year's New York Antiquarian Book Fair displays some exquisite and historical tomes that raise the bar on beauty and art.

6 Ways To Beat The Fear Of Public Speaking:
It brings chills down the spines of many people. Some freak out real bad that they can't talk, some endure the ordeal and others beat it down so well that you can hardly realize they had any fear before speaking. Public speaking is much feared by many. Hearing one's voice go out through the silence of an audience can be a little frightening. I have ever forgotten to follow my notes while delivering a public speech. As is always the case, I realized the omissions after.

Between Darkness And Light:
"Jang Song-Thaek was stripped down and thrown into a cage, along with five of his closest associates. Then they let in 120 dogs, which were starved for three days, and they let them prey on the victims and eat them alive. This is called 'quan jue', or execution by dogs, and it was overseen by the young dictator Kim Jong-Un, as reported by "Wen Wei Po", a daily newspaper close to the Chinese communist regime.

Sayings Get Passed Down the Generations:
Have you ever wondered where common sayings originated? Things we say today had relevance to our ancestors.

Science And Philosophy:
Those who call themselves modern age scientists, and who claim that Pythagoras got it all wrong, do not understand the science and philosophy that has constant values for all times and is unchangeable like the sun and the air. For example, if you change as much as a half note, a quarter note or even an eighth note of a Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Verdi or Beethoven work, you have forever changed the work itself. Is it intelligent to change someone's work just to steal a bit of their immortality?
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