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Reflections at night when the dark is good and we see farther. A short meditation.
"A silent conjunction between what one thinks and what has been thought."


Brief Tales on a Whim.
There is nothing more pitiful than the storyteller without his stories.


Meditations on the 60th Anniversary of Hiroshima What would the end of the world entail? Do we boast that we can imagine such a thing?


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In the apprenticeship period hopes are high.
"But then, who will save us from our own crimes?"


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"I would go on a voyage no one knows about and places that are silent. Where money and its corrupted constituents have not yet ventured nor care to because things must be soft and easy for them."

"One of the moons of Neptune?"

"Well, it would be, no doubt, like all the other moons we know of but that would be better than an ancient city."

"The undiscovered places are usually close by."

"I have been to ancient cities and breathed in their oppression. They would turn their armies loose and slaughter every free man and woman living today. They would not tolerate the fact that the furthest extension of their intelligent power was merely a careless marking in time easily smudged out taking everything, including their pride with it."

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"The personal...so difficult to attain, so difficult to lose."

"And for what, for whom?"

"Isn't it interesting that the generous person, with the open spirit ends up dumping the crap out that people have piled up inside, item by item until they are victims of a diarrhea like release? It doesn't matter what form it enters, its exits the same way, with a blast of heat and bad smells."

"So man you give me a vision of a dude standing with a smile on his face wanting to love everybody because that's what he's told he has to do and the people come and want things, want him to do things, want him to be things until he runs away or gets pissed and gets rid of this lovey dovey stuff."

"Desperate souls will crash any boundary given the chance to do so."

"They are always looking for their lost tribe. They never find it and are finally adopted by a tribe that can use him or her."

"Oh, I hate these human beings already, how can they be trusted? Animals they are like a pack of wolves."

"A pack of wolves will not turn a million souls into shadows."

"So it's worse than we think?"

"It's bad but I doubt worse. Someday it will be very bad. It will be a very bad day."

"Just so it's not an hour from now or, even, tomorrow."

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