16-18 Ari Scribbles

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    For those who seek through play the wisdom of being, Ari scribbles...

    Act 1 Scene 1


    I like Calvino's interpretation of "dimension of being"

    Calvino Rabeni: But my personal feeling is, there are so many dimensions of being that activity can inhabit - I mean, "I" in activity, that during the pause I get a sense of those possibilities. It feels like having "room to move" I suppose, meaning I feel it physically.

    Act 1 Scene 2


    Sometimes a hello is all you get...

    Act 1 Scene 3


    Wester's comment made me think of antimatter, two opposites collapsing into each other and turning into energy

    Wester Kiranov: I think so it's one of the things I notice in any 'spiritual' experience, opposites collapse into one another

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    Act 2 Scene 1


    Still waters run deep...

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    Act 2 Scene 4


    Eos has an interesting concept--silence is the medium for listening as light is the medium for seeing...

    Eos Amaterasu: perhaps silence as listening, like light for seeing?

    Act 3 Scene 1


    I learn a new word, and idea..syncretist...

    Calvino Rabeni: A syncretist - as I meant it - is someone who kind of synthesizes many philosophies into a larger system. Earlier in the history of religion that may have been regarded as a bad thing - a sign of ideological impurity. But in these post-modern times I don't think it necessarily has that sense.

    Act 3 Scene 2


    genesis puts her finger on an emerging capability we are all learning...

    genesis Zhangsun: we as a society are still figuring out how to live in a "wired" world

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    Act 3 Scene 4


    Pila Mulligan: sanskara) (Sanskrit for impression; under the impulse of previous impressions) are the imprints left on the subconscious mind by experience in this or previous lives.

    May PaB leave imprints of joy on the minds of all who play...

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