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Reflections at night when the dark is good and we see farther. A short meditation.
Brief Tales on a Whim.
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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"He knew early on the purpose was not to replicate reality. The machines did that. It was to contemplate on the knowledge and experience a person develops and see what kind of outline can be described. Then, what substance is in that outline."
"The pitfalls were always the ease of leaping from one leverage to the next without thinking what they rested on."
"Well, he wasn't the only one."
"Not reality but what we make from it because we are conscious human beings and don't want to get hypnotized by the obvious snakes around us."
"Or the world. Not that, please not that."
"The exceptional quality is not in the pursuit of wealth. That simply reproduces the dead tracks of Persians, Assyrians, Congolese and all other specimens of human nature. What is exceptional is the proposition that a free person can attain to their full potential and ride it out into far horizons."
"Oh, don't sound like an ad or politician please."
"But perhaps the pursuit of wealth is a limitation or a dead pathway that robs people of their potential."
"Yes maybe. Why not?"
"Wealth wastes as much as meth or tobacco."
"The world can be a simple place. Wealth rules only if it frees up the middle-class. Don't make enemies of the middle-class."
"How conditioned does freedom need to be before it turns into its opposite?"
"That is the pensum of every man and woman."
"You destroy my freedom when you use that word!"
"Ha, the burden is on you to find out what it means."
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