Wednesday, November 27, 2019

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Inside Karl and Jasmine's lavish wedding reception (blog)-Dec. 9, 2018
The couple said their “I dos” surrounded by a huge bridal party in front of nearly 200 guests at the top of the stairs of the One&Only Chapel at Palmilla resort in El ...
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They're a lovely couple. But why IS Princess Eugenie having ...

Daily Mail-Jul. 23, 2018
But why IS Princess Eugenie having such a preposterously lavish wedding? JAN MOIR on the lowly royal given a wedding just like Harry and Meghan whose ...
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Inside Barron Hilton's Lavish St. Barts Wedding

Harper's BAZAAR-Jun. 4, 2018
Paris Hilton's highly anticipated wedding to Chris Zylka is still a few months away, but we got the Next Best Thing this weekend, with the lavish nuptials of her ...
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Pippa Middleton gives birth to a baby boy

CNN International-Oct. 16, 2018
Pippa Middleton attends the wedding of Princess Eugenie of York to Jack ... Middleton was last seen in public on Friday, attending the lavish wedding of ...
It's A Boy For Pippa Middleton
Forbes-Oct. 16, 2018

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

In his "Poetic art Max
Jacob** has argued that the virtues required of the artist, especially
modern, by its very nature (in its capacity as a moral and
aesthetic) is the goodness of the gospel. "Voluntary poverty, -
he said, ' is a virtue aesthetic. Temperance is a virtue
aesthetic. Chastity is a virtue aesthetic, deference is
aesthetic virtue". "Fortitude, self-denial, obedience,
discipline, humility" - are aesthetic virtues in the domain of art, but
they are also the essence of Christian virtue in the domain of moral life.
All this means that the virtues of the artist as such similar in
a certain respect, the dignity of man as such and, more
specifically, the virtues of the gospel, though humanly they
ambivalent. Left to themselves, they can replace the artist
the dignity of the human, and specifically Christian; they may also
to sound a call to these Christian virtues. For all its
ambivalence they are, so to speak, in a relationship of sympathy with
the universe of true love and moral perfection. And of course, if
as a person the poet was not divided against itself, these advantages
bowed it would be akin to them the virtues and led him carefully
to hear their music.