Poetry Reading

author: Richard Burns
published: May 23, 2007,   recorded: September 2001,   views: 3119

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Comment1 ron stockinger, June 12, 2007 at 12:17 p.m.:

exposition - unscientifically - human

cool !
i admire people consisting of feelings, emotions, expression .. who are not trying to burry anything which is not related to their work-focus.

first of all
we all
are connected to each other
by the fact of being alive
in these our
tiny precious little existences.

how can we (as we tend to) exclude life -our foremost greatest treasure- from our lectures? how can we not at least make 5% of our speeches off-topic? how can we continue to encourage / provitamize scientific autism? ..producing task-driven nerds, instead of life-driven ones?

compliment! lets get more 'alive people' like this on our stages & lecture halls. 'exposing themselves' without 'producing themselves'.

modestly, constructively.

librelax! ron

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