CAUTE — Making Footprints Not Blueprints


Tagline"These studies are outcomes rather than realised objectives. In making the journey, I have no aims. These studies are intellectual footprints, not blueprints" — H. Fingarette
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The freedom to be tomorrow what we are not today—Part One: A Beginning

A recorded version of the following piece is available at this link I A BEGINNING The theme of the conference for which this piece was originally written was, “Religion—Where Next?” It seems to be an

20 hours ago

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Spring blossom in Cambridge

As many of you will know in Japan there is a long tradition of what is called “hanami” (花見), flower gazing or viewing and, over the centuries, this has inspired many poets, painters and photographers

1 week ago

spring colour photos Cambridge blossom black and white photography Fuji X100F Lee Friedlander

A mischevious spring meditation on Robert Frost’s poem “Mending Wall”

An unmended wall on Unst, Shetland You can hear a recorded podcast of the following piece by clicking this link I begin this bonus episode with Robert Frost’s (1874—1963) poem from 1914, “Mending Wall

2 weeks ago

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Adopting the role of umpire and letting the role of player go . . .

A cricket umpire signals a dismissal (Source) You can hear a recorded podcast of the following piece by clicking this link In this final episode of Series One, I’d like to draw your attention to a ten

3 weeks ago

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Cancelling my subscription to the Resurrection and truly living the death of God

Time Magazine, Easter 1966 You can hear a recorded podcast of the following piece by clicking this link My personal commitment to a version of Christian atheism began in the mid- to late 1970s during

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