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Utopias have been around since The Fall, animating messianic visions of going back to the garden. There seems to be a seat-seated urge to look back and be captured by the past to borrow the Satchel Paige quote; to go … Continue reading
Is Occupy Wall Street an authentic movement or just a fad? Or, is the “real” just a metaphor for mass-produced and generic with an expiry date? Can an authentic movement lose its eternal qualities and become a fad? It is … Continue reading
It could be called songs of self understanding. A balancing on the tipping point between discarding self-knowledge after a painful struggle, and the equal impulse to keep pressing on. There is a blurry boundary between a self-reflection worth sharing and … Continue reading
”Shakespeare’s plays mirror the debate of his time between those who believed that the macrocosm of the stars influenced the microcosm of human life, and those who dismissed astrology as “excellent foppery.” The phrase comes from Edmund in King Lear, who … Continue reading
Oh God said to Abraham, “Kill me a son” Abe says, “Man, you must be puttin’ me on” God say, “No.” Abe say, “What ?” God say, “You can do what you want Abe, but The next time you see … Continue reading