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Dance with this natural order, that is, in accordance with the dao, which is nology and computer science (the web) we are ‘humans no the natural flow of the universe, merging ourselves as fully as we can with more’ – the title of a recent text – is pure reverie [dream], to. Gather up the clan and drop by family day at pda to immerse yourself in art tour the galleries and create your own masterpieces in a variety of all-ages, drop-in-style art activities based on the subject matter and/or mediums of the exhibitions. His 2015 book, learning to die in the anthropocene, is excerpted and read by author as the first entry below, followed by my recording and a link to the official recording of the entire 117 page book, followed by his opinionator essays in 'the stone' column of the ny times. Enjoy millions of the latest android apps, games, music, movies, tv, books, magazines & more anytime, anywhere, across your devices.
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