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Boethius

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“Look to the highest of the heights of heaven”

My pal, Boethius, again.  And, no it doesn’t pertain directly to Christmas, but I think it puts one in the frame of mind.  Whether Christian or no, it’s nice to have a time set aside each year where, in certain quarters, we are encouraged to “look to the highest of heights,” not in an X-Factor … Continue reading

De Consolatione Philosophiae: I will give wings to your mind

For Easter:  haec cum philosophia dignitate uultus et oris grauitate pennas etiam tuae menti quibus se in altum tollere possit adfigam, ut perturbatione depulsa sospes in patriam meo ductu, mea semita, meis etiam uehiculis reuertaris. verse 4M1 sunt etenim pennae uolucres mihi quae celsa conscendant poli; quas sibi cum uelox mens induit terras perosa despicit,aeris … Continue reading

My Latin Notebook

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