• The Way of Man, Part 1

    Ian Diacono

    The hardest thing for an author to do, is to help his readers understand complexities in their simplest forms. Martin Buber does exactly that in his short remarkable book ‘The Way of Man’. Buber is said to have been one of the most significant religious thinkers of the twentieth century. ...

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  • Visualising the “Call”

    Pietre Vive Malta

    How can a call be “represented” visually? There is an entire sensory experience in between hearing and seeing, which gives them a considerably different communicative value. One may hear something without necessarily seeing it and, inversely, one may see something without necessarily hearing anything at all. The two, hearing and ...

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  • Surviving the Jungle

    agara

    The wait was over and off we were on board of an airplane, headed to Brussels. Picked up our rental car and off to France. The camps, well, I had mixed feelings. I admit, I had low expectations to what I will find in the refugee camps in Dunkirk and ...

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  • “Allahu Akbar”

    Sara Ezabe

    God is the Greatest, that is what “Allahu Akbar” translates to. Yet, so many people dread the moment they hear this word, especially in the western world where this phrase is almost a synonym to “I’m a terrorist”. It must be one of the most misused phrases of our time. ...

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  • The Beauty of Being Human

    Martina-Anne Attard

    Each one of us has his or her own story that is worth telling. One’s life makes one’s story different from that of others, making it beautiful in various ways even if sometimes it’s quite difficult to bear. These difficulties, in fact, make the story of our life worth telling. ...

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  • Third day musings

    Mario Gerada

    “The garden is the only living art work that men can do, and in which the walker enters an experience that transforms him by returning to his own origins.” Fernando Caruncho Like our bodies, plants don’t lie. And yet, many of us seem to have been completely disconnected from that ...

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  • An Encounter with Beauty

    Pietre Vive Malta

    “Beauty of whatever kind, in its supreme development, invariably excites the sensitive soul to tears.” – Edgar Allen Poe There must have been, at some point or other, an experience in your life in which you were moved to tears, or were gripped by an overwhelming need to bury your ...

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  • Bogħod mill-qalb

    Benjamin Portelli

    Have you heard about the Swiss cart-rut photographer? Monika Trinkler has visited Malta twice a year since 1983. A lover of history, Ms Trinker sought, and failed to find, a guide to all the cart ruts in Malta, ultimately embarking on a project to map the cart ruts herself (ToM link). One particular quote struck ...

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