s o r r y m u m Venice - doglovers behind the scenes in Italy
You cannot stay in Venice and not notice how much the dogs are loved. Everywhere you see them. In the streets, at the restaurants, at the trainstations, in the shops, at the bars. Not so unusual. What I found extraordinary, however, was the owners attitude towards their dogs. I never saw an owner yell at his dog. Only patience and love. And the dogs where socialised and included. And happy and patient. How wonderful to see the old dog allowing the puppy to say hi and the two owner chattings in the street - going in different directions but taking the time to stop and let their dogs greet eachother. This is how the puppies learns about other dogs and how to be a dog with other dogs. Stuff only a dog can teach a dog. I photographed these dogs and their owners in Venice in april 2016. Thank you, Venice! s o r r y m u m
Ei kjerring, av norrønt kerling, er ei gift kone eller ei gammal kvinne av det breie lag av folket. Ordet seier noko om kjønn, samfunnslagslag og alder eller ektesapeleg status; for somme kan det ha ein negativ biklang eller bli oppfatta direkte nedsetjande. WikipediaVi
har gjennomgått tiår med kvinnefokus og kamp for kvinners rettigheter. Etter fokus på oppvaskhansker og
kjoleforklær, zalo og salmiakk i en periode dukket Nora for alvor opp og Dukkehjemmet
ble rokket ved. Kjerringa i det
hjemmet var Torvald. Noen
av oss vokste opp med sannheter som viste seg ikke å holde mål. Sannheter og
illusjoner fra 60- og 70-tallet falt for mange i grus på 80- og 90-tallet da vi
etablerte oss med barn og familie og forstod at vi var nettopp det: kvinner.
For da angrep kjønnsrollene – eller naturen, vil enkelte påstå – oss i et
bakholdsangrep vi ikke var forberedt på etter kjønnsfornektelsen i oppveksten.
For enkelte av oss var det selvfølgeligheten
som falt. Selvfølgeligheten vi var oppdratt i og…
Can anyone help me sort out which edition this is and if it is of any value?
Published by Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd. Quote: PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN BY PURNELL AND SONS, PAULTON, SOMERSET, ENGLAND.
Moby Dick or, The Whale
is a novel by Herman Melville, first published in 1851. It is considered to be one of the Great American Novels. The story tells the adventures of wandering sailor Ishmael, and his voyage on the whaleship Pequod, commanded by Captain Ahab. Ishmael soon learns that Ahab has one purpose on this voyage: to seek out Moby Dick, a ferocious, enigmatic white sperm whale. In a previous encounter, the whale destroyed Ahab's boat and bit off his leg, which now drives Ahab to take revenge. Wikipedia
Was Moby Dick a Real Whale? By Robert McNamara, About.com Guide
The great white whale portrayed in Herman Melville's classic novel Moby Dick was fictitious. But remarkably, it was based on a real animal. A huge albino sperm whale with a violent streak had fascinate…
dear Friends, Its
been a while. But it is time. For change. I am writing to ask you a favour.
Not for me, but for our children and our grandchildren. It can
be difficult to teach an old dog new tricks – a saying. The old dog being me
and perhaps you. Still - we are the ones who need to teach the children new
tricks. To educate them on how to take care of eachother and of the planet. I
believe the right way is not by exploiting nature, but by exploring nature –
like small children do. In order to fall in love. When you are in love you want
to nurture and learn how to do that in the best way and in the right way for
love to flourish. Make the children fall in love with planet Earth. I
ask you to show the children, teach them, take them to the woods and the lakes,
the oceans and the desserts. Show them the beauty and the magnificence of
Nature. Show them her fragility and her strength. Show them the beauty of
whales playing and purring between the ice-flakes. Show them the blue beauty of