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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."



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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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MUDHUT DIALOGS

"You must know that he lived in two worlds; the world of his father and the world of his masters. One meets the other at great peril sometimes."

"And sometimes the father prevailed and at other time the masters prevailed."

"The fathers world told him to hurry up; the masters world told him to cultivate unreasonable patience. The father's world told him that paths were straight and narrow. The masters world told him that paths were things cows occupied and he had to jump from them as often as possible. The fathers world told him that lifestyle and experience were the end; the masters world told him that wisdom and creativity were the end. In the fathers world a new car was a value; in the masters world an old book was a value."

"Yes, the father and the masters would have fought in center ring."

"The father understood the masters quite frankly. His world did not."

"The masters were not flawless."

"They were flaw-filled but settled early on with that and concentrated on the rare metals of wisdom."

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"To destroy examples of how human beings achieve is a great sin."

"To see great models and ignore them is simple ignorance."

"Not to take in and embody the great models is cowardice."

"To believe that you will create new models out of nothing is barbarism."

"To cut and sheer off the potentials of democratic people is evil."

"And they will be rolled as they have rolled."

"So it was said but then doesn't one need to choose?"

"And isn't the choice made from what is earnest about the living being?"

"And isn't there a distinction between destruction and play?"

"Ah yes, the good of play."

"Play well and the gods let you be."

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