Category Archives: Philosophy & Psychology

Impeccability

No, I don’t mean being well-dressed and -coiffed, or never having violated any social code. These are the connotations with which I imbued the word when I was a youth. What I mean now is being true, as in… This above … Continue reading

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Haiku as an Approximation of Reality

I opened a book I hadn’t read in years, “The Tao of Physics” by Fritjof Capra. After I read the initial pages I was moved to write this: I see the same words I read years ago I understand more … Continue reading

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