Monthly Archives: November 2012

Grateful for the Changes in the Year Following Black Thanksgiving

It’s unfortunate that some have interpreted what I’ve shared in this blog as judgmental, and believe maybe I should worry more about the plank in my own eye than the speck in my neighbor’s eye.  This surprised me initially, since … Continue reading

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More Inscriptions From the British Cemetery

After a tense exit from Madrid on the day of the national general strike, and return home for Thanksgiving, I thought I would share a few more interesting inscriptions from the British Cemetery in Madrid.  I will leave the Spanish, … Continue reading

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More on Don Juan

In the play “Don Juan Tenorio” by José Zorrilla, Don Juan has won his bet to conquer more women than Don Luis.  Don Luis says the only two conquests remaining for Don Juan are to conquer a woman about to … Continue reading

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More on the Book of Good Love, and More on Slavery

Last week I discussed some more about tears.  This week I met Antonio, who is from Hita.  Since Hita was the city of the Archpriest of Hita, and he was the author of the Book of Good Love, I mentioned … Continue reading

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Finding Good Love in a Parking Garage and More On Becquer’s Tears

I’ve been visiting some of the sights off the beaten path in Madrid.  These pictures are from a parking garage that they decided to use to display some art, including some photographs expressing love, and a phrase from Dante’s Fifth … Continue reading

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