Reading: The Ghost In The Martini by Antony Evan Hecht
Anthony Evan Hecht (1923-2004) was born in New York. His parents hated his ambition to become a poet. He fought in WW II and was traumatized by te horrific accounts of the French prisoners of Flossenburg, the concentration camp his division liberated, leading to a nervous breakdown in 1959. I read soemthing light today, it's ...
...the aeons that it takes our minds to realize that our thinking is just matter lighting itself but there is no one looking.
Awaiting Binary Communication
This is part of a series of blog posts that is inspired by our baby daughter,
Do you mind?
Sometimes we better use the rear view mirror for our observations, instead of the headlights. Like with deer. - old trucker saying
There is too much literature about the "I", the ego, the self, or the mind, and too much of this literature is so terribly organised, structured in chapters, paragraphs, sections, with proud ...