We all love art, and we all love Europe, so I hope you'll enjoy the following list.
01. Austria - The Kiss, Gustav Klimt, 1908.
02. Belarus - The Fiddler, Marc Chagall, 1913.
03. Belgium - The Son of Man, René Magritte, 1964. 04. Bosnia & Herzegovina - Mountain Landscape, Karlo Mijić, 1924. 05. Bulgaria - Rachenitsa Dance, Ivan Mrkvička, 1894. 06. Croatia - Roman Woman Playing A Lute, Vjekoslav Karas, 1845-47. 07. Cyprus - Cyclist in a Landscape, Stelios Votsis, 2005. 08. Czech Republic - The Absinthe Drinker, Viktor Oliva, 1901. 09. Denmark - The Little Mermaid, Edvard Eriksen, 1913. 10. Estonia - Half Nude in Striped Skirt, Adamson-Eric, Year Unknown. 11. France - Impression Sunrise, Claude Mon
Last night, I was sipping some drinks with a couple of
friends at Castille Square. We were using the outdoor tables and chairs of The
Beer Cave. I was having Amaretto. I love Amaretto. One of my two friends was
having Black Label, and the other one was having Gin & Tonic. It was around
2 a.m. when the Gin & Tonic girl said something about fate and destiny to
which I immediately replied that I don’t believe in such things. That single comment
sparked a very long and exhausting debate.
One of the greatest and everlasting debates of humanity has
been about the role of destiny in the lives of human beings. There was a time
when it was almost an accepted fact of life, that each and every event was governed
by destiny. Astrology was considered a science. Then with the advent of modern
times, the importance of the role of destiny as a concept started losing
weight. Today, belief in destiny is considered a superstition by the majority
of people. And rightly so, since there seems to be …
It seems that many in Malta and around the world are awaiting with bated breath the arrival of a new British royal this month. Kensington Palace officials did not reveal Kate’s exact due date, but it has been reported to be 23rd April. This info is all over the news… But I don’t care about the royal baby much! The fact that this particular baby will be born doesn’t excite me at all. Is there anything wrong with me? I can’t help but wonder about the estimated 371,520 babies that will be born around the world on the same day that, the third royal baby will come to be. While some of those common children will also be born into a world of relative privilege and safety—though not the royal levels of privilege, by any means—many more of them will not. Many of the babies born on the 23rd April will inherit a world that is dangerous and even deadly. Of the non-royal 371,520 babies that will be born on the 23rd April, it is estimated that 24,000 will probably not live to see their fifth birthd…