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



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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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"Space first; that's the first experience. Space that you can stand on, space where you can float forever. Space defined all over again."

"Space brings on the first competitor, the necessary agon and the form it takes is important."

"The way it fills up then is something to note; it may be sparse, it may be crowded, you have no control over it. It is. You have to be brave and objective."

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"The particulars of empty space, have you ever thought about that one? A future may be contained there."

"But I want to embody the real and tell the real. I can be anything."

"Well then, the real. You have to discipline yourself to one thing not anything."

"Anything will belong to your imagination which is real enough."

"The bridges and turbines and howling trains and endless screens. That is a symptom of the real isn't it?"

"So are the pool of obnoxious thoughts by fellow travelers. And the variations spun on a few acts. And the rare beautiful act or thought."

"The battles are too real and rarely celebrated since the most money and best machines win out. And the celebration of Sodom and Gomorrah is too modern for my taste. Life is too easy for them I guess."

"Ah, the particulars of pure non-human nature even with the dogs and cats sniffin' around."

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