Neil Kramer probes the sacred principles enmeshed in the fabric of everyday life. Inquire into the unorthodox, the unchaste, and the uncomfortable, in this series of spoken word improvisational essays recorded live on location.
WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE. This episode features contemplations on: crafting space and time for contemplation, non-representational contact with reality, cor & numen, in praise of idleness, making physical changes, evaluating plant and animal sentience, killing roses and oysters, bridge jumpers, mystical attitude to suicide, depression from misalignment, inauthentic caring, ending random shabbiness, Portland targeted for assimilation, distorting natural human tolerance, Klingon cubes, Imperial Marxism and Capitalism, critical theory, the iniquity of political correctness, subverted gender and racial politics, unfashionable soothsaying, different by design, the five ancient tribes, free enough to be strong and wise.
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