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... near empty so we ended up sitting by the side of the road for several minutes, trying to shake out the last drops. A couple of hundred metres further on, close to the edge of town, we were accosted by three snarling dogs. I don't think they would have actually bitten us in a hurry and they were simply defending their household but they were very intimidating nonetheless. Our plan had been to get out into the countryside and take in the vineyards. ...
... to us. Events in our world are continually showing us that the origin of our experience, of experience itself for that matter, can only be found within our own psyche.
Jung said, “It is indeed paradoxical that the category of existence, the indispensable sine qua non of all existence, namely the psyche, should be treated as if it were only semi-existent. Psychic existence is the only category of existence of which we have immediate knowledge, since nothing can be ...
... br> St. John’s Gospel begins, ‘In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.’ The Egyptian Book of the Dead, the oldest known written text in the world, contains a striking parallel passage. ‘I am the Eternal, I am Ra … I am that which created the Word … I am the Word...’ Esoterically, the role of ‘The Word’ would be clearer if Logos were translated as ‘The Verb’, ...
... and we only saw part of this beautiful landscape as the skies
darkened. We checked into our hostel which is a very relaxed place with a
lovely open internal courtyard. We decided to head out for something to eat even
though it was after 10. This was no worries as the locals all eat so late and
the town was very busy. We went to a place called La Casa de Empanadas which
has a very big range of them and they cost 70 cents each.
... and we took a moment to sit in the shade and rehydrate before being taken on a tour of the winery. After the tour we (actually, just I, since Sam was still not up to having any form of alcohol), tasted five amazing wines and ended up buying the mind blowingly good torrontès for our planned picnic. We befriended a beautiful white dog who we named Snowy in the gardens at Nanni, and she followed us over to the plaza where we took a quick siesta (since all the wineries also have ...