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Sunday, March 02, 2003

After thinking about it perhaps we need to talk about perspective. We might start with a question that is easy enough for a middle school classroom: Why do we use “put the cart before the horse” when a more contemporary and universal aphorism might be “put on shoes before underwear”

Two assignments:

1. Read A Brief History of Everything by Ken Wilber and then put the English speaking countries on a scale of likely to unlikely to adopt the change in the next 10 years. Write a 1 page essay to justify your choice.

2. Choose an episode of Jerry Seinfeld that relates to the issue and prepare a piece based on the program content to be presented at a slam.

Who am I?

In other words you have to define “light” before we can make sense of the experience.
Light is not bad it is like virtual travel. When you have been taken somewhere but it was only an illusion created without smoke and mirrors.

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