David Vaughan



Average rating: 4.16 · 70 ratings · 12 reviews · 44 distinct works
Merce Cunningham: Fifty Years

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A Divine Light: The Spiritu...

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Tales from the Couch - Memo...

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Frederick Ashton And His Ba...

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Obstetric Anaesthesia: Anae...

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The Fourth Quadrant

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Bitva o vlny: Rozhlas v mni...

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Hear My Voice

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Little Book of Herefordshire

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Slyšte můj hlas

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“Instead of working from a place of favour and out of a secure identity, we worked for favour and to have an identity! Our reason for living wasn’t life itself. We weren’t satisfied with the life that we had, so we did all we could to disengage from life and in so doing created for ourselves some sort of false world which was only relevant to those living in it! No wonder guys wanted nothing to do with us. No wonder our families and old friends thought that we had totally lost the plot and feared for our sanity! Religion is no different the world over, they honour what their traditions say are relevant and in so doing they make themselves irrelevant to all around them! A form of godliness but with no real power!”
David Vaughan, Tales from the Couch - Memoirs of a Drunk Monk



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