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On the Nature of Life and Death

On the Nature of Life and Death

I have been thinking a lot on the nature of life and death. They are, in my eyes, one; there is no longer distinction between them. All things are energy; all things are moving. In fact, one might say there is only life—for, when photons (light particles) slow their movements (as occurs around black holes), what we know as “time” slows down. Without movement, life ceases to exist. That is the true death—the anthesis of life. But all things which…

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On Universities Teaching Art & Creativity

On Universities Teaching Art & Creativity

It is interesting, and somewhat ridiculous, that in this society it is—for the most part—expected of an artist (please see my definition of this kind of artist in my previous article, The Vital Role Artists Play in Our Society) or writer to study that which they do—are called to do1. Writing, in my opinion, must only be taught to the extent that one can indeed read and write, preform common grammar (. , ; ! ? ‘ “” ( ))…

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