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Monthly Archives: August 2015
What if the way we respond to the crisis is part of the crisis? I am thrilled to share these sparkling, magical moments in the unfurling of our project, ‘the emergence network’ – a platform conspiring to evoke an activism of inquiry, a politics of surprise. A radical departure from conventional discourse on change. And …Continue Reading >>>
The experience of fear is often more meaningful than manicured safety; the thrill of a few untethered steps in a few seconds of freedom is often more affirming than endless immortality; sadness is often more liberating than unbridled bliss, and communion with fire-breathing dragons in the wilds – if only for a short while to …Continue Reading >>>
The noble gent on his tastefully furnished steed is no more superior to his scruffy servant than a child is superior to his river-surface reflection. Life will not be categorized, beaten down into office cubicles, or decided by who or what breaks the red ribbon at the finish line – because there are no starting …Continue Reading >>>
Nothing is independent or pre-existent. Everything is hyphenated. And this is perhaps the most shocking realization of the modern human: that his skin and his sentience are not the taut boundaries that separate him from the brute; that the estranged ‘other’, the diseased infidel, and the foreigner are the condition that makes his own existence …Continue Reading >>>
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To love is not to reach out, it is to touch oneself, and know that one is porous. And that you are the other, masquerading in the wary distance.