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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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MUDHUT DIALOGS

"We live in some blessed openness now; the crawl from there to here can be rather frightening."

"That would be excellent to explore."

"Before there is blessed openness there is conditional darkness supported by every thing and thought. But then, each thought and thing loses its hold and with a magnificent push we find that blessed openness and then, certainly, support for it."

"Does the support ever become a conditional darkness in its turn?"

"Every support must prove itself in ways that prevent fakery to get in."

"And does the proof go through the same blessed openness?"

"That is part of the process of proof."

"It must be good and real then."

"Oh, it is good and real."

"And how is this blessed openness going to be kept open? After all, most valuable things are in the process of being closed."

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"Oh leap when you are tired of pulling across an abyss rung by rung."

"And let the connections be sweet and true."

"Our enemies are many, allies are few."

"We are a hapless bunch hanging to be hung."

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