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can anybody know himself or herselfor each other?this world how it is today is a noisy place, i myself miss back to that silence and quiet that i can hear, really hear myself and other peoples, but it is not so easy tripi sometimes think that maybe one day i became a hermit who lives in someplace where is a full connection to nature and if you want to meet somebodys you have to meet them face to face...liikuin itsessäni,mutta en tuntenut itseäniolin kuin valo, joka ei löytänyt tietään ulos, kuin kuori joka odottimurtumisensa hetkeä tullakseen osaksi syvempää...i moved inside of mebut i didn't know myselfi was like a light which didn't found its way out, like a shell which waited its moment of collapseto became a part of something deeper
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so STRANGE you're posting stills from Bergman today. I was just watching his "Through A Glass Darkly Last Night"!
Satuyes, i've often fantasized about the hermitic lifestyle, like Heraculitus who was said to live in a cave & eat grass on the hillside, like the obsessive monk who spent so much time in isolation creating the huge Codex Gigas.syvyys syöksy syvyys syöksy syvyys syöksy syvyys syöksy syvyys syöksy syvyys syöksy syvyys syöksy syvyys syöksy syvyys syöksy Mikecycocinematic shindig!Reedyeah, i recently saw "Persona" & it flipp'd my lids, actually it helped to thrust me out of a funk & also spoken Swedish is so beautiful to listen to.i still haven't seen "Through A Glass Darkly", so i gotta get a hold of that..
is everything subjective?hell no
Then there's the story of the Indian classical singer Pran Nath who lived alone in a forest for years only singing for God. 'Course later he went to America and ended up teaching Terry Riley and LaMonte Young among others. (Young's work is impossible to come by - I believe he sells CDs for hundreds of dollars a pop). I also love the story of Han-Shan and other Chinese hermit monk poets who wrote poetry on cave walls and rocks and trees, which presumably wasn't seen by anyone much. I would love to be content with that - art as prayer or meditation or expression of pure being with no concern for its consumption.
oh yeah Stephen, Pran Nath rox my sox off & LaMonte devoted much energy into Pran Nath, & you're right, most of the recordings are only available straight thru Young & are quite expensive, even the stuff put out on that French label is pricey as well as any Fluxus related stuff,he kind of got upset when some of The Theatre of Eternal Music got released on cd a while back......& i'm glad some Angus MaClise reissues finally got press'd, he's one of my alltime faves, i still need to watch Invasion of the Thunderbolt Pagoda tho, i should have went ahead & bought a copy when i had a chance......i just wish there were more examples of Marian Zazeela's work online, her art, calligraphy & lightshows are amazing!thanx for your thoughts.
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