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One day the Persian poet Rumi was walking in the market place when he heard the goldbeater’s rhythmic hammering. The beating sounded to him like the repetition of the words “there is no god but Allah”. This made him so … Continue reading
I believe in Martians more than I believe TV news. Mainstream media is fake. . .
When the Martians arrive, will I try to pretend to be one of them in hopes that they won’t notice me–is anonymity a form of protection? Masks and conformity both attempt to conceal one’s real identity. Nevertheless, we reveal ourselves by the … Continue reading
It’s difficult to be afraid of someone who has their eyes closed. Just like the opposite is true– we lose our spontaneity when we feel we’re being watched. Scopaesthesia, the feeling of being watched, is considered by some to be a … Continue reading