Archive for September, 2012

By Glenda | September 28, 2012

Perception of Self, the One and the Many

“…It is common for humans to conceive of the world as a sum of complementary pairs, such as good and evil, light and dark, male and female, body and soul. The most fundamental of these oppositions is that between subject and object—the knower and the known. Most people perceive themselves as discrete, bounded entities, able […]

By Glenda | September 25, 2012

To the Contemporary Bunkshooters

Excerpts from a poem by Carl Sandburg “You come along…tearing your shirt…yelling about Jesus. Where do you get that stuff? What do you know about Jesus? Jesus had a way of talking soft and outside of a few bankers and higher ups among the con men of Jeru- salem everybody liked to have this Jesus […]

By Glenda | September 13, 2012

Open to the Infinite

This morning I read a poem by Kenneth Rexroth that echoed something I know. The poem is The Heart of Herakles.” Here is an excerpt: Lying under the stars, In the summer night… …The stars stand around me Like gold eyes. I can no longer Tell where I begin and leave off. The faint breeze […]

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