I’ve been fighting a nasty cold for about a week and a half now, especially since Wednesday. These last few days I’ve mostly slept, with a bit of school writing when I felt up to it and some computer tinkering when I didn’t. That explains all the recent tech-related additions to this blog. I’ve used […]
Archive for March, 2006
I couldn’t get any sleep last night. The following gripe, among other things, kept running through my head. In a vain effort to get some rest, I penciled down these sentences, in between tossing and turning, on the modern Orthodox mentality that what’s west is evil; and evil, west:
This is a sadly common approach in […]
Here is an introduction to St. Maximus I wrote.
I finally got around to posting my Greek and Latin vocabulary builder. If you’re interested, you are welcome to use it!
Here is a bibliography I wrote for St. Maximus. It also includes an account of his life.
I finished reading David Copperfield last week. What a marvelous book! I think it is the finest I’ve ever read. It is told with such warmth and good humor, and where have I seen such pure-hearted characters? I feel they are friends I shall never forget: Agnes, Traddles, Ham, Pegotty and her brother, Emily, Dick, […]
I’m not sure if any of you still read this blog, especially after my long silence this winter, but I thought I’d put down some events from these last few months.
I spent Christmas at St. Gregory Palamas Monastery in Ohio. I was there two weeks, until after St. Basil’s day. I even found the […]