World on Fire: Human History on Auto-repeat

Because we never learn, or we learn too well

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“Turning and turning in the widening gyre
The falcon cannot hear the falconer;”

We are drifting from one another, and there is no voice we can hear to call us home. Like so many galaxies flung across the cosmos, the further we move away from each other, the faster we move away from each…

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No one in particular seeking to diminish ego and accentuate Self, partaking in life with a beginner’s mind. (He/Him/His) henry.lee.writes@gmail.com

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No one in particular seeking to diminish ego and accentuate Self, partaking in life with a beginner’s mind. (He/Him/His) henry.lee.writes@gmail.com

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