Tag Archives: grandeur

Tender eyes to reality: the possibility of beautiful grandeurs

I am currently reading “Anna Karenina”, written by Liev Tolstoi, and one of its passages left a huge impact on me: the character Dolly was having a happy moment with her children all around her, while another character, Liévin, was walking into her direction. She was feeling especially delighted with his presence, because no one […]

Voices August 2020

“Success is not final, failure is not fatal, it is the courage to continue that counts.” Sir Winston Churchill So here we are, once again in the process of publishing a brand new Voices! This month, our fellowship of writers has strived to enjoyably offer you both insightful and diversified content. Noises might be quite […]