Monthly Archives: April 2011

About Influence

An apprentice artist 500 years ago would have been influenced by his master. Unless he lived by the sea he wouldn’t have ventured outside a 20 km radius and wouldn’t have seen any museums.  Art books were few, with pathetic … Continue reading

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Torpedoes…

Ian Thorpe may be three times faster a swimmer than his coach… So why does he need him? Does he need a nag in order to win gold? As they say “those who can’t –teach!”. Quite a paradox.  So why … Continue reading

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Repent!

Repentance is free! Yet it does remedy a lot of traumas and detoxes your conscience.  Many wait for their death throes to repent.  Too late!  Do it right now.  Do it to all you ought to repent to.  Doing it … Continue reading

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Book Launch @ Billich Gallery

http://jfv-australiana.blogspot.com/2011/04/bilingual-feedback-from-book-launch.html Bilingual feedback from the book launch: 06.04.2011 Caption: Artist Charles Billich, author of The Great Australian Novel — A Panorama, Sydney-based writer Sue Woolfe and translator Marie Ramsland. English version: I wish to thank again Christa Billich for organizing … Continue reading

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Message for ANZAC Day 2011

Looking at the encouraging and positive records and trends in gradual disarmament’s and reduction of bellicosity, we are forced to conclude we are inexorably moving towards a war-free world.  In a few generations the young inhabitants of the globe will … Continue reading

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