Paul’s Puzzles this week are:
Should we be pleased and reassured, or, really worried that people cry during Avengers Endgame? (I loved it but isn’t is utter tosh?)
Is rebuilding a beautiful medieval cathedral with millions of pounds, (if not a billion), more important than directing such money used, to building hospitals or feeding the starving?
If a world famous artist throws away some of his paintings into a rubbish bin, should I be punished if I take them out and sell them?
(What if I give the money raised to charity?)
Is it possible to really explain why music without words can make you cry? Someone sent me this recording of a famous Bach Ariosa and I could not fathom why it seems to pierce so deeply? Isn’t music the most baffling of human activities?
You might enjoy this too, Brahms Violin Concerto Adagio!
Do any other creatures/animals cry? Isn’t it odd that our tear ducts play such an important part in our lives? (I admitted to Y6 that I cried when Tiger Woods won the Masters? Other people next to me, in the cinema, cried during Avengers Endgame? )
FINALLY: PLEASE REMEMBER JONNY DUNNE IS RUNNING THE MARATHON TOMORROW; HE IS AT 91% OF HIS TARGET AS I TYPE THIS: LET’S TRY TO GET HIM TO 100% – GO JONNY, GO!
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