“The world in which we live is geographically one. The great challenge now is to make it one in terms of brotherhood. … What we are facing today is the fact that through our scientific and technological genius we’ve made of this world a… Continue Reading “Scientific Genius”
“They seek to tear down what is restrictive, corrupting and inhibiting in order to build a society in which men may work and live in harmony with nature and each other. They believe in man’s creative potential and the whole movement is dedicated to… Continue Reading “Beyond”
Two people were in a relationship when one was speaking. Every choice was discussed; again one was speaking. Actions present here created with a distant mind. Control and freedom within one was speaking. Happy and silence are cherished for love and reward. Fearing thoughts since a… Continue Reading “Speaking”
“The ideal of every science is that of a closed and completed system of truth. … Phenomena unclassifiable within the system are therefore paradoxical absurdities, and must be held untrue.” – William James, The Will to Believe: And Other Essays in Popular Philosophy, 1912 “The… Continue Reading “Unclassifiable”
Brokenness sounds Like a branch with a slight tear. Compelling discourse of imagined err. Possible hurt is as now. But wholeness is shrugged Like the healthy bough. Photo of Arlington, VA
Roman Law is in effect. All foresaw its coming. Where food and drinks are circumspect, the fortitude is numbing. New years come on marked streets. in arrears already. When dull mottos must repeat, Save gelato and spaghetti. Photo in Rome, Italy.
There’s still time to stand eye to eye, becoming still and being met. Intaking resolute joy, So that to have no need of debt. And every plan of new descent is left for what’s unknown. Anticipation is cast off and full awareness hone. Photo… Continue Reading “There’s still time”
A story was incised And all the faces hewn. Their life was canonized For futures to attune. The looming of the giants Left two paths of wreck. To be more was defiance. To be less were all in check. Photo at Santa Maria Antiqua… Continue Reading “Measuring Line”