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'All god's children could be led astray' by Emily Jones at Pina, Vienna

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the “twist” of the phrase comes from the counterposition of “hell,” the locus of absolute evil, with the fairly mundane (and mild by comparison) inconvenience of “high water.”

Although the top of this package might sound like a bunch of strawberry blossoms, they’re not for you, they’re for your conscience.

The first live hummingbird to arrive in Europe was a Sparkling Violet-ear which was exhibited in 1905 at the Zoological Gardens in Regent’s Park, London. For fourteen days it created a sensation and the many visitors who saw it were filled with astonishment and wonder. Then it died.

The fear ū·mō·w·ra·’ă·ḵem (וּמוַֹרֲאֶ֤כם) Fear, a fearful thing, deed

and dread of you wə·ḥit·tə·ḵem( וְִח ְתֶּכם֙) Crushed, afraid, terror

will fall yih·yeh( יְִה ֔יֶה ֽ) To fall out, come to pass, become, be

on al‘( ַע֚ל) Above, over, upon, against

every -kāl( ָכּל־) The whole, all, any, every

living creature ḥay·yaṯ( ַחיַּ֣ת) Alive, raw, fresh, strong, life

on the earth, hā·’ā·reṣ( ָהאֶָ֔רץ) Earth, land

every -kāl( ָכּל־) The whole, all, any, every

bird ō·wp̄‘( ע֣וֹף) Flying creatures

of the sky, haš·šā·mā·yim( ַהָשָּׁ֑מיִם ) Heaven, sky

every bə·ḵōl( ְבּכֹל֩) The whole, all, any, every

creature that ă·šer’( ֲאֶשׁ֨ר) Who, which, what, that, when, where, how, because, in order that

crawls tir·mōś( ִתְּרמֹ֧שׂ) To glide swiftly, to crawl, move with short steps, to swarm

on the ground, hā·’ă·ḏā·māh( ָֽהֲאָדָ֛מה) Ground, land

and all ū·ḇə·ḵāl( וְּֽבָכל־) The whole, all, any, every

the fish də·ḡê( ְדֵּג֥י) A fish

of the sea. hay·yām( ַה ֖יָּם) A sea, the Mediterranean Sea, large river, an artificial basin

They are delivered nit·tā·nū( ִנ ָֽתּנוּ׃) To give, put, set

into your hand. bə·yeḏ·ḵem( ְבּיְֶדֶ֥כם) A hand

My feeling is that we have to stop doing the things we know how to do.

some say 3 million kids ask “Are we there yet?” every year

15.9.19 — 5.10.19

Photo by Maximilian Anelli-Monti

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