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10:03 min | 3 years ago

"university saint mary" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Written a book called the end, the literary work and poetry and Cairns. I have to tell you. You off the air. But I love the title of your book. Because basically what we're talking about. Here is matching the two pretty much using literary lines as you describe it. And how a tree that would show that we were suggests that we turn our back on ROY Moore. So explain how you with that. Well, I began forty seven years ago when I was going to the university of Madrid writing a film treatment in a novel with the I E unmasking the romantic glory by having white tried to do a farewell to arms suggesting that Illawarra demar you right that that was definitely a Hemingway female. And if you go back to those days in Madrid to where we are now and everything that's happened in between. Are you surprised? What's happened in the world since you came up with this idea? Yes. And you know, that particular work always listening professor Stephen hawking five years ago on television. When I was in Europe. University of keyword. Stephen hawking said, we must in war and that brought me to the title of this work, the literary working closed suggest the president say we're not going to fight a war. With regard to negotiate their great dream of each style. That people click away from reading your book that whole idea. Yes. That whole idea. That's at least start talking about ending. And as you, and I both know there's so many other we take it out of the poetry literary molds, and we went into society and look at what's going on in society. It's so tough to make that kind of breakthrough. And you see it in things that have been written. Oh, yes. Yeah. What do you think? Terrance? What do you think it takes to move the needle on that? Well, you know, I used to write to presidents and prime, ministers and foreign affairs ministers. I wrote the foreign affairs minister Canada once wrote back to me carry the goal dream of Canada is peace. And you know, I think this is the idea. Yeah. The ideas peace then we should say that you went to four leading Canadian university to go ahead. Tell us where you will. I wrote to the foreign affairs minister Canada. Yeah. The foreign affairs minister of Canada, and I was just mentioning that you went to four breaking up. Okay. So you went to four universities to as well in Canada. Tell us about bad experience. Pardon me. Tell us about that experience. I like the four leading chain universities the prestigious university of Toronto the Jesuit university. Saint Mary's analysis racks Lavalle university, the great French university Quebec. In Regina Saskatchewan, I grew up. So it was just a good education for me. What was the most surprising thing? Maybe not. What was the best thing? You took away from all of that education. Let's take away from all of that education. Start with the premise that you don't know an open your mind to learn what I took away. Wow. And do you think that's part of the problem of what we see today? The first thing our young people should tied college. They don't know. Great. Has motivated you most of all of literary works. Now. They're all the different how tree and whatnot. That's been written about war who is most influential you. The poet John done. Any man Steph diminishes me because involved with mankind and for whom the bell tolls having way, therefore do not ask for whom the bell tolls for the. Yeah. It does. It looks need the most we use sat down to pull this seems to gather and you had thought about it really since the seventies. That was your influence how long did it take you to create this? Brooke broker booklet written direct search for my literary works and poetry over a lifetime. So it took a lifetime. Making it Flo. And and such you get such a nice job of that. And weeding that all together would have been. Puzzled was it like putting a puzzle together the answers to the publisher did an outstanding job. Yeah. When you put all if you look at all your literary works. What are you most proud us listeners to work most proud of and you most proud probably because it's been this overwhelming desire in your life. Right. Yes. Yes. And the experts literary work poetry rhetoric. God letter to Roland. All the value of life for this story of Joe, the story of job is sort of my story over the last eight years where there were elements trying to take away everything meaningful life for me turned me into a revolutionary at the end of story dodge that I'm still carries God and that went on in my lights, and that's better than the book. Sheffield story the story of job. We're speaking with Terence hill, and you can pick up his book at Amazon or wherever books are sold. The book is called the end of war literary work, and how it tree when you when you were creating these works as you say, it's like a like a puzzle as I mentioned, and you said the publisher did a great job in putting it together. Was there one particular piece that seems to take you a long time together that you feel really nails is of the end of war. I think maybe the prior of Saint Paul the cry of Saint Paul. Down through the centuries. Apply every people in civilized nerves or some kind of fairness and mercy Justice in allies. I think that for me until people who dealt know. And they'll course reading your book would tell us a little more about the crime seat. Call for those who aren't familiar? Well, it's just that was the cry of Saint Paul was hurt by on waters, or some kind of fairness and mercy ally that list cry. Yeah. That sums up so accurately, mercy, etc. In our our lives. And we live in a world where there's not a lot of mercy when it comes to war. Yes. I I think we need is Mother Theresa. The cardinals set the countries of northern Europe and western Europe or becoming increasingly materialistic vestige of compassion, rather tracer brought different fashion day, we have compassion coming from the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau from pope Francis at the Vatican, different bash and writing and taking the body of all of your work parents. And then putting it together in a book. How is this process changed you? Humble. God gave me to challenge. Her right? I can ride. I buy Rollerball Churchill once. History and. To be given the panels history. And me I liked that the pen of history, and I liked the Churchill reference, and I wonder everyone again, I'm speaking to you. Terence hill, and the book is called the end, the literary work, and college you think if people turned more toward literary works and poetry have common the world because I think there is some sort of a lack of knowledge on that front. Not like it used to be. Yes, yes. The the bible describes darkness has a lack of knowledge of the bible. Also describes the wisdom of poets cannot be purchased with gold or silver. So is something that communicated to mankind throughout history. Most of the bible is poetry. Wisdom in this poetry. What? Can we can still learn Trump's today? What are the people around? You said to you the people who are close to you about your book. All they think it's wonderful lake. It's wonderful Bobby Bobby Silva, by friend who had to restaurants in Greenwich Village in nineteen sixty two. Come into the Kear. Call very committed to that Joan Baez we committed to Bobby has four accommodation from United States, the from United States, Congress and Bobby said, just beautiful tell you works, the heart of cherry hill. Just extraordinary probably will be this morning. National treasure Kerry. We've got checks.

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"university saint mary" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

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10:18 min | 3 years ago

"university saint mary" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Hill. He's written a book called the end of war literary work and poetry and Terence. I have to tell you. I said this to you off the air, but I love the title of your book. Because basically we're talking about here is matching the two pretty much using literary lines as you describe it poetry that would show that we were suggests that we turn our back on war. So explain how you kill with that. Well, I began forty seven years ago when I was going to the university of Madrid writing a film treatment in a novel with the. Unmasking the romantic Gloria for like having white tried to do in a farewell to arms suggesting that three dot ORG, mar. And you're right that that was definitely a Hemingway theme. And if you go back to those days in Madrid to where we are now and everything that's happened in between. Are you surprised? What's happened in the world since you came up with this idea? Yes. And you know that. Work. I was listening to professor Stephen hawking five years ago on television. When I was in Europe of university of keyboard, Stephen hawking. He said we must in war and that brought me to the title of this work and the literary working closed suggest the president say, we're not going to fight a war with you. We're going to negotiate the great dream of each style. What do you hope that people take away from reading your book that whole idea? Yes. Satellite. Let's start talking about ending war on earth. And as you, and I both know there's so many other we take it out of the poetry literary mold, and we went into society and looked at what's going on in society. It's so tough to make that kind of breakthrough. And we and you see it in things that have been been written. What do you think? Lenovo? Yes. Yeah. What do you think of George? Terrance? What do you think it takes to move the needle on that? Well, you know, I used to write to presidents and prime, ministers and foreign affairs ministers. And I wrote the foreign affairs minister Canada wants you wrote back to me carry the Golan dream candidate is peace. And you know, I think this is the idea. Yeah. The ideas peace, and we should say that you went to four leading Canadian university to go ahead. Tell us where you where I wrote to the foreign affairs minister Canada. Yeah. The foreign affairs minister of Canada, and I was just mentioning too that you went to four radiating, you're breaking up. Okay. So you went to four universities to as well in Canada. Tell us about that experience. Pardon me. Tell us about that experience. I like to four leading Cain universities the prestigious university of Toronto the Jesuit university. Saint Mary's in Halifax. The Lavalle university degree French university in Quebec university giant in Regina Saskatchewan where I grew up. So it was just a good education for me. What was the most surprising thing? Maybe not surprising. But what was the best thing that you took away from all of that education? Away from all that education start with the premise that. You don't know an open your mind to learn what I took away. Wow. And do you think that's part of the problem of what we see today? The first thing our young people should be taught college. They don't know. You know, I feel when their minds. Boy, I so agree who has motivated you the most of all literary works out there all the different poetry and whatnot. That's been written about war who is most influential to you. I think the poet John done. Any man Jeff diminishes me because I involved with mankind and for whom the bell tolls having way therefore do not ask for whom the bell tolls. Calls for the. Yeah. It does it will be the most when you sat down to hold this team together. And you had thought about it really since the seventies. That was your influence how long did it take you to create this book? The book was written. Direct search for my literary works and poetry over a lifetime. So it took a lifetime. Wow. Then put making it. And and such you did such a nice job of that. And weeding that altogether would have been of puzzles was it like putting a puzzle together? The the editor publisher outstanding job. Yeah. When you put all if you look at all your literary works. What are you most proud us? This is the work. I'm most proud of. And you're most proud of because it's been overwhelming desire in your life. Right. Yes. Yes. And the experts and literary working poetry entered letter to God letter to Roland. All the value of life for this store of Joe. The story of job is sort of my story over the last eight years where there were elements trying to take away everything meaningful life for me. Turn me into a revolutionary at the end of story. God should I still cherish God. And so that went on in my life, and that's better in the book. Jared Sheffield story the story of job. We're speaking with Terence hill, and you can pick up his book at Amazon and wherever books are sold. The book is called the end of war literary works, and how it tree when you when you were creating these works. It's like, I think of it like a puzzle is I mentioned, and you said the couples should did a great job in putting it together. Was there one particular piece that seems to take you a long time? So put together that you feel really nails wages of the end of war. I think maybe the cry of Saint Paul decry of Saint Paul but echo down through the centuries and most bird by every people civilization under. Or some kind of fairness and mercy Justice in our lives. I think that's it for me and tell people who don't know, and they'll course can reading your book, tell us a little more about the cry of seat off for those who aren't familiar. Well, it's just that was the cry of Saint Paul was hurt by every people on earth. Some kind of fairness and mercy in our life, and that was the cry. Yeah. That's and that's sums up so accurately, mercy, etc. In our our lives. Do you think we live in a world where there's not a lot of mercy when it comes to war? Yes. I I think that we need as Mother Teresa. The English cardinal set the countries of northern Europe and western Europe or becoming increasingly materialistic. A message of compassion. Theresa brought that passion day we have that message of compassion coming from the caning prime minister Justin Trudeau from pope Francis at the Vatican. The message different fashion. In writing and taking the body of all of your work Terrence and then putting it together in a book. How is this process changed you? Well, you know, it's Hambo means that. God gave me the challenge to write like I can ride. I I wrote about Churchill watch that he's given the history, and what a thing to be given the pain of history. And so it's me. I liked that the pen of history. And I liked the Churchill reference, and I want to remind everyone again, I'm speaking to with Terence hill and the book is called the end or literary work. And how it treats you think if people turned more toward literary works and poetry. We might have more calm in the world. Because I think there is there's sort of a lack of knowledge on that front. Not like it used to be dead. Yes. Yes. The the bible describes darkness has a lack of knowledge of the bible. Also describes that the wisdom of polish cannot be purchased with gold or silver. So it is something that has been communicated to mankind throughout history. Most of the bible is poetry. Andy wisdom in this poetry is what can we can still learn from today? What are the people around? You said to you the people who are close to you about your book. All they think it's wonderful. It's wonderful, Bobby Bobby Silva, my friend who has two restaurants in Greenwich Village in nineteen sixty two that Bob Dylan what come into the Pierre? Paul vary with Jim into that Joan Baez which commit to Bobby has four accommodation. United States said three combinations from United States. Congress said just beautiful tell you works, the heart of cherry hill. Just extraordinary. Bob emailed me this morning. You are a national treasure carry. We've got checks, you know. Thank you. Boy that is high praise. No doubt about that. Bobby Sylvan, thanks for sharing that story. And I want to tell everyone again to pick up the pick it up at Amazon.

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"university saint mary" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

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10:25 min | 3 years ago

"university saint mary" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"To show Terence hill. He's written a book called the end of war literary work and poetry and Terence. I have to tell you. I said this you off the air. But I love the title of your book. Because basically what we're talking about. Here is matching the to pretty much using literary lines as you describe it poetry that would show that we were suggests that we turn our back on war. So explain how you with that. Well, I began forty seven years ago when I was going to the university of Madrid writing a film treatment and a novel with the idea of unmasking romantic glory for like having white tried to do in a farewell to arms suggesting that you already mar. And you're right. That was definitely a Hemingway female. And if you go back to those days in Madrid to where we are now and everything that's happened in between. Are you surprised? What's happened in the world since you came up with this idea? Yes. And you know, that particular this particular work. I was listening to professor Stephen hawking five years ago on television. When I was in Europe of university of Cambridge, Stephen hawking. And he said we must in war and that brought me to the title of this work and the literary working closed suggest like the president say we're not going to fight a war with you. We're going to negotiate the great dream of each style. What do you hope that people take away from reading your book that whole idea? Yes. That whole idea of let's start talking about ending war on earth. And as you, and I both know there's so many other we take it out of the poetry literary mold, and we went into society and looked at what's going on in society. It's so tough to make that kind of breakthrough. And we and you see it in things that have been been written. Oh, yes. Yeah. What do you think? Terrance? What do you think it takes to move the needle on that? Well, you know, I used to write to presidents and prime ministers at foreign affairs ministers. And I wrote the foreign affairs minister Canada wants you wrote back to me carry the goal dream of Canada is peace. And you know, I think this is the idea. Yeah. The idea of peace, and we should say that you went to four leading Canadian university to go ahead. Tell us where you will. I wrote to the foreign affairs minister Canada. Yeah. The foreign affairs minister of Canada, and I was just mentioning too that you went to four rating, you're breaking up. Okay. So you went to four universities to as well in Canada tells about bad experience. Pardon me. Tell us about that experience. Four leading chain universities the prestigious university of Toronto the Jesuit university. Saint Mary's Halifax. The Lavalle university of the great French university in Quebec the university of Regina and Regina Saskatchewan where I grew up. So it was just a good education for me. What was the most surprising thing? Maybe not surprising. But what was the best thing you took away from all of that education? I took away from all that education start with the premise that you don't know helping your mind to learn what I took away. Wow. And do you think that's part of the problem of what we see today? The first thing our young people should be taught at college. They don't know feel for their minds. Boy, I so agree who has motivated you the most of all the literary works out there all the different how a tree and whatnot. That's been written about war who is most influential to you. The poet John done. Any man Steph diminishes me because I'm not even bald with mankind and for whom the bell tolls having way, therefore do not ask for whom the bell tolls for the. Yeah. And it does it will be the most when you sat down to hold this team together. And you had thought about it really since the seventies. That was your influence how long did it take you to create this book? The search for my literary works and poetry over a lifetime. So it took a lifetime. Wow. Then making it flowing and such such a nice job of that. And weeding that all together would have been interesting puzzles was like putting a puzzle together. The the editor publisher didn't outstanding job. Yeah. When you put all if you look at all your literary works. What are you most proud us? This is the work. I'm most proud of. And you're most proud of because it's been this overwhelming desire in your life. Right. Yes. Yes. And the experts and literally working poetry letter to God letter to Roland. All the value of life for this store. You've Joe the story of job is sort of my story over the last years where there were elements trying to take away everything meaningful life for me to turn me into a revolutionary at the end of story. God should I still cherries God? And so that went on in my life. And that's Bernard is a book Churchhill story. The story of job. We're speaking with Terence hill, and you can pick up his book at Amazon and wherever books are sold. The book is called the end of war literary works, and how a tree when you when you were creating these works as you say, it's like a I think of it like a puzzles I mentioned, and you said the publisher did a great job in putting it together. Was there one particular piece that seems to take you a long time put together that you feel really nails this equation of the end of war. I think maybe the cry of Saint Paul the cry of Saint Paul but echo Dell through the centuries and most bird by every people civilization or some kind of fairness and mercy and Justice in our lives. I think that for me and tell people who don't know, and they'll course can reading your book, but tell us a little more about the crime. Upstate for those who aren't familiar? Well. It's just that was the cry of Saint Paul was hurt by every people on earth for some kind of fairness and mercy in our lives, and that was the cry. Yeah. That's and that sums up so accurately, mercy, etc. In our our lives. Do you think we live in a world where there's not a lot of mercy when it comes to war? Yes. I I think that we need his Mother Theresa. The cardinals set the countries of northern Europe and western Europe or becoming increasingly materialistic. Vestige of compassion, mother. Theresa brought that necessarily compassion today. We have compassion coming from the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau from pope Francis at the Vatican. The message different you and writing and taking the body of all of your work tyranny. And then putting it together in a book. How has this process changed? You Humboldt means that God gave me the challenge to write like I can ride. I buy Rollerball Churchill once that he's given the of history, and what a thing to be given the pain of history. And just so it's humbled me. I liked the pen of history, and I like the Churchill reference, and I want to remind everyone again, I'm speaking to with Terence hill, and the book is called the end or literary works, and how it treats you think if people turned more toward literary works and poetry. Might have Moore common the world because I think there is. There's sort of a lack of knowledge on that front. Not what it used to be. No, yes. Yes. The the bible describes darkness has a lack of knowledge of the bible. Also describes the wisdom of poets to not be purchased with gold or silver. So it is something that has been communicated to tie throughout history. Most of the bible is poetry. Yeah. Be wisdom in this poetry. Is what can we can still learn from today? What are the people around? You said to you the people who are close to you about your book. All they think it's wonderful. It's wonderful, Bobby Bobby Silva, my friend who had two restaurants in Greenwich Village in nineteen sixty two that Bob Dylan what come in to the Pierre. Paul vary would commit to that Joan Baez which into Bobby four accommodation the United States recombination from United States, Congress and Bobby said, just beautiful works, the heart of cherry hill. Just extraordinary. Bobby Email this morning. Our national treasure Kerry. We've got checks, you know. Thank you. That is high praise. No doubt about that. Bobby Sylvan, thanks for sharing that story and to tell everyone again, pick up the pick it up at Amazon, again, we're books are sold Terence hill the end of four literary work in poetry Terrence. Thanks so much for.

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