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Perhaps because he has found his Passion???

Dear Dandywell,

What an excellent response. Ditto. All Best, Kay.

The Myth and Legends of Survivors / Re: So who WAS she, then?
« on: November 11, 2004, 05:12:54 PM »
Hi Rskkiya,

It was Einstein talking about knowledge and wisdom. I was more or less bringing up the difference in thinking i. e., the Newtonian versus Quantum, or rather Quantum encompassing Newtonian. Or is it the other way around? Lots of leeway there.

Thank you for okaying Mystics on the website and I'd better get back on topic!

All Best, Kay.

The Myth and Legends of Survivors / Re: So who WAS she, then?
« on: November 11, 2004, 04:47:47 PM »
Hi Jeremy,

I am sorry about the situation with your young people not wanting to take a chance about posting on this website. Having said it quite a few times already, I will say it again-- that it's very unfortunate when some mistake sarcasm for wit or just go directly for the jugular. Many members, both oldies and newbies, have messaged me about this problem, saying how unpleasant it is for them. Some relate that they have lost heart, preferring not to participate at all. One person said it made them (physically) ill. I sometimes wonder if people would be acting this way if they were using their own names rather than the ones they have chosen to represent themselves. Perhaps your young people could come in incognito, using a name other than their own? That way it might not hurt so much if they do take a hit or, God forbid, their head falls off the block.

All Best, Kay.

The Myth and Legends of Survivors / Re: So who WAS she, then?
« on: November 11, 2004, 03:34:17 PM »
Dear Greg,

Facts are facts but, as I believe you are aware, sometimes things change. As I have said before on this website, I feel that the heart never lies. Sometimes I feel that facts are overrated and can become outdated somewhat like Newtonian Physics moving toward a more Quantum overview. Although it goes against my nature, I attempted for many years to live in the fact world so that I might be more socially and academically acceptable. However, when I relinquished that path for another and began following my heart, I found that a much more rewarding life ensued. To me the heart is like a hound with a scent.

In his recent bid for the Presidency, John Kerry put it to the American people in a different way by asking them to "check their gut"---a challenge which I think many voters found a quite frightening request.

So I just wanted to share with you how disturbing I found the statements in your recent post where you said not one time--but two--that you did not care whether anyone had survived. And that I think these young people who are messaging Jeremy might really be interested, as I am, in what drives your work.

One of my favorite expressions of what I am trying to say is from Albert Einstein, "The most beautiful and most profound emotion we can experience is the sensation of the mystical. It is the source of all true science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead. To know that what is impenetrable to us really exists, manifesting itself as the highest wisdom and the most radiant beauty which our full faculties can comprehend only in their most primitive forms--this is knowledge."

All Best, Kay.

Tsarskoe Selo Town / Re: Hotels in Pushkin / Tsarskoe Selo
« on: November 10, 2004, 03:26:54 AM »
Dear Ones Who Have Created and Contributed to Such a Wonderful Thread,

One beautiful October I was at the Catherine Palace. The Palace was closed, but there were still lights shining from some of the rooms inside and a sense of warmth and peace which I had never experienced there before. As I was standing in the late-afternoon cold of the grounds outside, I met a gray cat who seemed quite at home and in charge of the premises. After passing me by, he took up his position on the palace steps. In my travels I have often met such guardians at other places of significance.

Thank you all for your lovely postings and for the sharing of information. Many Blessings, Kay.

The Alexander Palace / Re: The Alexander Palace at the Newark Museum
« on: September 28, 2004, 10:11:48 PM »
Dear FA,

Yea!!! And thank you both!!! But I was checking all around and saw that some of the posts still contain the original errors in their titles. CLAYCAT'S first post and then my last post and your last post are okay, but the others haven't adjusted. Maybe that's not possible in the software. Just trying to see that the exhibition at Newark gets off to a good start. It seems important that what readers might seek out as the exhibit's main thread on this website be as accurate as possible.

The Alexander Palace / Re: The Alexandra Pqlace at the Newark Museum
« on: September 25, 2004, 05:24:31 AM »
And it is the ALEXANDER Palace rather than the ALEXANDRA Pqlace.

Alexandra Feodorovna / Re: Re: Empress Alexandra Photos
« on: September 17, 2004, 05:13:23 AM »
What a beautiful woman. What happiness. What tragedy. By choice if we paint the strokes of our own lives.

The Final Chapter / Re: Why they killed them?
« on: September 07, 2004, 09:46:12 PM »
I heard the story about a telegram from Moscow (but not with the detail of the British agents or the gold involved) from a Russian whom I knew well forty years ago. It has always remained as something very significant in my mind because this was someone who experienced the initial stages of the Revolution before fleeing Russia. If we are seeking the truth here, then I think it is very important to consider every single aspect of what might be applicable and to encourage everyone who might know anything to come forward at this time. Snippy remarks are not appropriate and can discourage others from participating. Many Blessings, Kay.

The Final Chapter / Re: photos during the Revolution/Captivity
« on: September 05, 2004, 08:22:37 PM »
Dear Lisa,

Thank you for posting these photographs. It brings them closer. Many Blessings, Kay.

Imperial Russian Antiques / Re: "Les Ballets Russes"
« on: September 05, 2004, 02:14:58 AM »
The second and final night of the ballet, Onegin, at the Santa Fe Opera. Yes, some of the old magic lives on. I know not from whom or where, but it was there. Many Blessings, Kay.

The Final Chapter / Re: Why they killed them?
« on: September 02, 2004, 04:14:54 AM »
Dear AGRBear,

Thank you so much for taking all the time and thought you do in making your posts. I admire you for it. Many Blessings, Kay.

Dear Janet W,

Ditto. Thank you for your kind and astute post.  As usual, right to the point. Many Blessings, Kay.

Imperial Russian Antiques / Re: "Les Ballets Russes"
« on: August 29, 2004, 10:07:03 PM »
Thank you for posting these beautiful memories. Soon the Mariinsky dancers will be coming for the historic premiere of Onegin on the Santa Fe Opera stage and we will see if anyone possesses a part of this magic which might have been passed on to them. Certainly it is evident even in one of our retired ballerinas and her students here--the legacy of Madame Baldina which has graced so many lives. Many Blessings, Kay.

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