Monthly Archives: June 2005

The Music of My Life

I’ve been thinking about beauty as well recently, particularly on lovely days like this one. Music, at least the best songs, can be part of the beautiful. Plus it’s almost a rite of Internet passage to write about one’s favorite … Continue reading

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Benefits with Friends

Although sexual love is an important part of Catholic thought, it’s not the single overriding issue that some people make it to be. So it’s time to shift to another happy circumstance, friendship. I’ve been reading C. S. Lewis, and … Continue reading

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The Loss of the Song

Let him kiss me with kisses of his mouth! Ah, you are beautiful, my beloved, ah, you are beautiful! Your eyes are doves behind your veil. I have come to my garden, my sister, my bride; I gather my myrrh … Continue reading

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Elimidate and Confidence: An Interlude

Television teaches me things about love. In a world with “Beauty and the Geek”, a U of C undergrad will compete. You shouldn’t need to click the link to discern beauty or geek. I have seen the show, but it’s … Continue reading

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