Rabindranath Tagore – Bengali Poet

By Jackie Sand - 05.05.2017 - Photo by: kmanflickr Rabindranath Tagore - 1861-1941 Rabindranath Tagore was a Bengali poet and a man of many talents. He was a philosopher who established the Visva-Bharati University (Wikipedia) that has challenged conventional education. He was the first Indian to win a Nobel for literature, he wrote poetry, fiction,... Continue Reading →

‘You Start Dying Slowly’. Poem by Martha Medeiros which has been erroneously attributed to Pablo Neruda for a long time

By Jackie Sand - 13.03.2017 'You start dying slowly' You start dying slowly If you do not travel, If you do not read, If you do not listen to the sounds of life, If you do not appreciate yourself. You start dying slowly When you kill your self-esteem; When you do not let others help... Continue Reading →

Poem by Nomad Sahara on CERN

By Nomad Sahara - 08.03.2017 - Photo: Anders Sandberg   A physicist dog There was once a little green frog who hopped into a hydrogen fog he tumbled and turned his science he learned and out jumped a physicist dog. Poem by Nomad Sahara All rights reserved      

The Art of inner bottle painting

7minutesonline.com by Nomad Sahara - 08.02.2017 Photo Nomad Sahara To see the highly accomplished artist Chen Hengrong painting the inside of a glass bottle takes my breath away. In our modern world of rushing around and computing, watching Cheng paint with such calm and resolve, slows time and reality down to a millisecond. Suddenly I felt like I... Continue Reading →

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