I forgot to tell the A-day kids this so if you know of any, please pass this along to them.
I have jury duty on Tues, Sept 12, so I will be doing my civic duty downtown. You will be in class and you will have an EE workday. Bring materials, bring headphones, bring what is necessary to have a quiet, productive day. I am counting on you. Thanks.
And B-day kids, I will be out on Fri, Sept 15, as well (it’s a longer story), so the above will apply to you on Friday.
See everyone sometime next week. Thanks.
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Given our recent readings and discussions in the Gita I found this to be an interesting look at the way we currently think about and treat those close to death in our culture. We have discussed the role of dualism in Western thought and this seems like one of the consequences of a dualist way of thinking about death. What I wonder is if the thoughts expressed towards the end of this article are beginning to take on thinking that is similar to what Krishna expresses in the Gita.
And then there is the notion that any day you think about death – and by extension the life you have now – is a good day. Enjoy.
Woke up and saw this article this morning. It fits neatly in with our reading and multiple ToK concepts. The perfect article for a long Thanksgiving drive. Enjoy.