Tag Archives: cognition

Sure Don’t Be So

What the teacher does not know is muddled into an open discussion subtely swayed is her way under guise of democratic logic. The pastor of a trusting congregation selects a favorite didactic passage and frames it in pop assumptions the … Continue reading

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Death of Assumption

[A] There comes a sudden moment in the cycle of social evolution when the obvious shuts the mouth of the freight train on the wrong track and the old clickety-clack syncopates and escalates into death of assumption. [B] I got … Continue reading

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Strolling Logician

The philosopher in the park knows he’s in the dark. Metaphor on mot juste accurate perception busted see the world as it is and see so little of what exists. Judge a man by reputation he will kill your expectation … Continue reading

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Hidden Spirit

The pilgrim put on hiking shoes explored the rocky coastal passages on the edge but on the trail too determined not to fall while expecting to detect a hidden spirit. The burglar quietly broke a window welcomed himself into the … Continue reading

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Perceived Desert

  The stream is filled and depleted almost dry until the world decides differently and floods alter the landscape. On a still morning after a night of memory give me a decent pencil I’ll give you a rabid fantasy neck … Continue reading

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Wisdom Harking Back

Here we are is all we can say for today with words from outdated times and places embedded in nerves more string than steel. Touching on the face leads the back and peripheral nodes to concentrate their legions of connectors … Continue reading

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Married Monoliths

  The world never the same new rules for a new game duality and non-duality hold hands. If scientists knew about metaphor they wouldn’t be too eager to wallpaper them all over their metaphorical walls. But then again poets who … Continue reading

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