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NO BEGINNING. NO END. NO PAST. NO FUTURE by Perry Mann

NO BEGINNING. NO END. NO PAST. NO FUTURE. “Those who ponder human nature and the human condition cannot simply ignore the nature of humanity and its position in time and space as revealed by the instruments of modern physics and … Continue reading

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FOURSCORE IS ENOUGH by Perry Mann

FOURSCORE IS ENOUGH Every birth is no less than twins: life and death. As soon as there is birth, death stalks the new life. Nature designed it that way. What nature had in mind is biological balance. It is obvious … Continue reading

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AN EPITAPH by Perry Mann

AN EPITAPH Gwendolyn Brooks, a black poet with an appropriately poetic name, who died recently at age 83, once observed some black males at the “Golden Shovel,” a pool hall with an ironically poetic name, shooting pool, talking big, drinking … Continue reading

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Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, disguised as Lewis Carroll

My morning habit changed yesterday as I finished a very large book of Ogden Nash poems, rhymes, witticisms, and whatever etc. means. I have been reading two pages of Ogden’s wisdom every morning for several months followed by an article … Continue reading

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Things i think about at this end of this.

I guess the hardest thing to figure out is why we die and what will it be like. And I have figured out that it won’t be like anything, cause it won’t be.

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