Monthly Archives: February 2020

whispers of what was remembered

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Ask Yourself This

Image by Min An from Pexels, CC0 A couple of years ago, I wrote a post called May I Ask a Question?, which summarized my thoughts on what makes a great question, the benefits of such questions, and the types … Continue reading

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Why It’s Come to This

image from Max Pixel, CC0 The polarization of politics is a complex phenomenon. In a new book, Ezra Klein explains why there is a lot more to the current political quagmire than social media-driven disinformation and intolerance. We humans like … Continue reading

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What Happened Here

this is a work of fiction image by Vietnamese-American artist Dang My Linh from DeviantArt (I bought a copy of it — please support artists whose work you love!) The work of historians is strange work. History is the telling … Continue reading

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Conversations on Radical Non-Duality

If you’re really into radical non-duality — the idea that there is no ‘you’ and that nothing separate is ‘real’, just an appearance in a limitless field of possibilities — you might want to subscribe to Frank McCaughey’s treasure trove … Continue reading

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Early Creative Works

I started writing in my last year of high school, nearly 50 years ago. I’m not sure my fellow students liked my work as much as they related to the desperate passion embedded in it. Most of it was pretentious … Continue reading

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