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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 9 Apr 23

#DingNepo first round summary: After a good opening choice for the first game of a big match, Nepo achieved pressure for no risk with a better pawn structure. His nibble briefly threatened to become a yank, but it dissipated towards the better side of equality, and then a draw.

#DingNepo first round summary: After a good opening choice for the first game of a big match, Nepo achieved pressure for no risk with a better pawn structure. His nibble briefly threatened to become a yank, but it dissipated towards the better side of equality, and then a draw.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 9 Apr 23

Lunch in Kerala today was not the full ‘sadya’ experience, but the combination of rice, papad, beetroot, jackfruit, tapioca, sambhar, chammanthi, yam and mango all served on banana leaf hit the spot. And to think, all these years I’ve been happy with a cheese sandwich. 🥪

Lunch in Kerala today was not the full ‘sadya’ experience, but the combination of rice, papad, beetroot, jackfruit, tapioca, sambhar, chammanthi, yam and mango all served on banana leaf hit the spot. And to think, all these years I’ve been happy with a cheese sandwich. 🥪


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 8 Apr 23

Jonathan Rowson retweeted: Guess where. #NotNZ

Jonathan Rowson retweeted: Guess where. #NotNZ


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 8 Apr 23

I went to the Eddakal Caves today to see Stone Age carvings dating back to c6000 BCE. We’ve been writers for a long time… It was a memorable sensation to be in *a cave* c4000 feet above ground level and quite the climb to get there… #Kerala #India en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edak…

I went to the Eddakal Caves today to see Stone Age carvings dating back to c6000 BCE. We’ve been writers for a long time… It was a memorable sensation to be in *a cave* c4000 feet above ground level and quite the climb to get there… #Kerala #India en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edak…


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Apr 23

Easter Friday I’m Wayanad, Kerala, India. There are large Christian and Muslim minorities in the state, which also happens to be communist, with great sunsets and a love for Lionel Messi.

Easter Friday I’m Wayanad, Kerala, India. There are large Christian and Muslim minorities in the state, which also happens to be communist, with great sunsets and a love for Lionel Messi.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Apr 23

If you find yourself on Easter Friday wondering what it’s all about… Quoted feed from @Jonathan_Rowson “The Easter story is the epitome of this idea of sacrifice, namely that we have to empty ourselves to be filled with something else; to lose our lives as we know them to live in a qualitatively different way, and perhaps even suffer in the process.” (2019) open.substack.com/pub/jonath…

If you find yourself on Easter Friday wondering what it’s all about… Quoted feed from @Jonathan_Rowson “The Easter story is the epitome of this idea of sacrifice, namely that we have to empty ourselves to be filled with something else; to lose our lives as we know them to live in a qualitatively different way, and perhaps even suffer in


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Apr 23

“The Easter story is the epitome of this idea of sacrifice, namely that we have to empty ourselves to be filled with something else; to lose our lives as we know them to live in a qualitatively different way, and perhaps even suffer in the process.” (2019) open.substack.com/pub/jonath…

“The Easter story is the epitome of this idea of sacrifice, namely that we have to empty ourselves to be filled with something else; to lose our lives as we know them to live in a qualitatively different way, and perhaps even suffer in the process.” (2019) open.substack.com/pub/jonath…


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 6 Apr 23

Now in Wayanad, about 2000 feet up. twitter.com/i/web/status/164…

Now in Wayanad, about 2000 feet up. twitter.com/i/web/status/164…


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Apr 23

The Joyous Struggle: Discriminating Bliss jonathanrowson.substack.com/…

The Joyous Struggle: Discriminating Bliss jonathanrowson.substack.com/…


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 Apr 23

Watching Godzilla v King Kong with my sons and struggling to make sense of their relationship. Can anyone help me out? Is there something here we are supposed to understand? Some deep metaphor about human nature? Some primordial longing I need to rediscover? Are they frenemies?

Watching Godzilla v King Kong with my sons and struggling to make sense of their relationship. Can anyone help me out? Is there something here we are supposed to understand? Some deep metaphor about human nature? Some primordial longing I need to rediscover? Are they frenemies?


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