Monthly Archives: October 2013

On The Road Again: Arizona

“May you and those you love walk in beauty.” – A Navajo prayer When my Seattle neighbors invited me to visit them at their winter getaway in Scottsdale, Arizona, I jumped at the opportunity.      Like folklore’s famed golden-haired Rhine … Continue reading

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Andalusia # 3 Seneca.

Spain’s LUCIUS ANNAEUS SENECA “All cruelty springs from weakness.” -Seneca      Before leaving the subject of Andalusia, I can’t resist mentioning Seneca—Lucius Annaeus Seneca (c. 4 B.C.-A.D. 65)—the Córdoban-born Stoic philosopher, orator, essayist, playwright and poet, who some consider to … Continue reading

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