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The Gift of Language (Conclusion)

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Read the second part at The Gift of Language- II In the hands of a master, the words can be made to convey a lot more than they mean. They can create a mood of poignancy or nostalgia. They can create the exquisite anticipation of the moment before the sun breaks over the horizon and makes good his promise. To… Read more »

The World of Ayn Rand

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  Ayn Rand’s masterpiece ATLAS SHRUGGED has completed 50 years of its existence. I thought this was a good time to pay homage to that visionary whose only fault perhaps was that she was way ahead of her time. For that fault alone she has been prosecuted by those who failed to understand her. Yet, the love she received from… Read more »