2 X Artzi

As I have shied away from my blog last week, I am here to pay my dues. Last week Artzi wrote about wondering and decision taking.

Amongst the themes he chose to bring about, is a translation to hebrew of the American poet Robert Frost’s (1874–1963) poem : The Road Not Taken. Here is a link to both the poem and an audio narration by the poet himself.

For my humble part, I’ve related to the concept of wondering for itself, inspired by both Artzi and Frost.

Wondering

Wondering

This week Artzi’s writing is a collage of anecdotes, collected and delivered with his unmistakable, associative, sensitive and economical style. The title for his column this week was: Any resemblance reality, is entirely coincidental.

Any resemblance reality, is entirely coincidental.

Any resemblance reality, is entirely coincidental.

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