Tag Archives: New York City

Miletus, Constantinople, Istanbul, New York

Most of my friends don’t know that I write. My family members know about my blog, of course, but they don’t read my writings. I am thankful that I have few readers who are curious about the things I write … Continue reading

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Overwhelming Beauty

Last month, I had guests from Turkey. I did my best to show them the daily life in NYC. I shared my enthusiasm and affection for this city. I have grown very fond of New York City after the tragedy … Continue reading

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J.D. Salinger and Swami Vivekananda

Today, I was reading the news about L.A. Lauder’s 1 billion dollar gift to the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art in the form of an art collection. Buried in the news article was a tidbit of information that another … Continue reading

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Grace

There is a building known as the Grace Building in New York City. It is on the 42nd street across the Bryant Park. The architecture of this building with its concave vertical slopes of its north and south facades remind … Continue reading

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God is

I am grateful to  Times Square Church of New York City for this deeply meaningful poster.

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How to convert mundane into spiritual

In my daily walks in Manhattan I see thousands of people in a short period of time. Bryant Park is very close to my office and it is one of my favorite parks in the city so I go there … Continue reading

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NYC Subway Musings

I take subways in New York City everyday. Depending on the time of the day and the specific line the subways can be very crowded. During rush hour it is not uncommon to be face to face with a total … Continue reading

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