Monthly Archives: March 2022

The Eyes of a Child

Things my instincts, explorations and observations taught me when I was a child: That nothing really made sense. It was all make-believe. Everyone was really just scared and alone and clueless but they pretended they knew stuff and pretended that … Continue reading

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Insufferable

The usual warning. Yes, even more ludicrous writing about radical non-duality follows. These internal dialogues are how I figure this out. Very few others will find this even vaguely interesting. For more engaging reading, I’d recommend you read this new … Continue reading

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Collapse: How’s It Going to End?

Thomas Cole’s ‘Destruction’, the fourth of his five-panel series ‘The Course of Empire‘, 1836, depicting the five stages of the collapse of civilizations He had three whole dollars, a worn out car, and a wife who was leaving for good. … Continue reading

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Sanctions Are a Form of Terrorism

Countries currently under US sanctions, per JojotoRudess for wikipedia, CC-BY-SA 4.0. The map was as of 2020; Russia and Belarus should now be re-coloured red. In addition, the US has embargoes, a type of sanction, in place against many of … Continue reading

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The Paradox of the Self

The usual warning. Radical non-duality blather ahead. It makes no sense and is really annoying. (Want something more interesting to read? Read Indrajit Samarajiva’s blog. Start here. You might have to enter your email to read everything he’s written, but … Continue reading

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Attention, and Fletches

words by Loren Eiseley; photos are my own I spent two hours today just watching a flock of up to forty crows cavorting in an exercise of what was clearly pure play, soaring, diving, tilting, playing wing tag, among the … Continue reading

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Links of the Month: March 2022

message I recently received from FB; I hadn’t realized they were so powerful ;-)   “The modern sense of being a hero is shining a bright light on things that need to be seen.” — Ali Smith Thank you to Edward … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Indifference and Indifference

cartoon from xkcd At one time, it was considered acceptable not to have an opinion on a subject, especially if that subject was complex. It was all right to say “I don’t know enough about it to say”, or “I … Continue reading

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Chronicling the Illusion

cartoon by the late Charles Barsotti There’s a growing sense, here, that I’m running out of things to say. That it doesn’t get any better than this, that from now on it’s just the gruelling hard work, and occasional excitement of … Continue reading

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What if Canada Had Agreed to Sign a Military Alliance With Russia?

map of some of the ~800 US military bases outside of the US, from this video Following is my response to a request for my “take” on what’s behind what’s going on in Ukraine: My sense is that if you … Continue reading

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